Innovating in science creates value by developing new products and services, solving social problems, creating new enterprises, and generating employment opportunities. Nanotechnology is one example. This technology deals with the study of ultra-small objects and is applicable to all scientific fields, such as chemistry, biology, physics, materials science, engineering.

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African countries recorded the lowest internet penetration rate of 39%, compared to the global average of nearly 60%, according to researches released by Statista. These also show a large difference in internet access between rural and urban areas, with smartphones being used in rural areas by nearly 200% more than in urban areas

Read more: Promoting a positive impact of internet access in Sub-Saharan Africa

Wi-Fi 6E is an extension of Wi-Fi 6, a technology that holds a lot of promises, designed for crowded multi-device networks. The ‘E’ in Wi-Fi 6E stands for ‘Extended’. Currently, Wi-Fi operates on two bands: 2.4GHz and 5GHz. There are many similarities between Wi-Fi 6 and Wi-Fi 6E, but the most important distinction is the 6 GHz band that has been added.

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In order to meet customer demands, brands must anticipate upcoming trends. According to recent McKinsey research, 2021 was a year of transformation. People, corporations and society began to look ahead to shape their future rather than just survive the present. The world experienced a very unpredictable environment over the past two years, which makes it difficult to make accurate predictions, however, the year will certainly bring many surprises. Six digital trends are set to shape our lives in 2022.

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Fintech is a growing industry with seemingly limitless opportunities to improve our financial systems through technology. It is a fast expanding industry that serves both consumers and businesses in a variety of ways. Last year saw an unprecedented rate of change in the financial sector, with huge growth in the use of digital financial services. A report by CB Insights entitled ‘State of Fintech’ revealed that the third quarter of 2021 was the second highest on record for fintech financing, up by 147% year-on-year, and 2022 is looking like more of the same.

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Technology and its innovations are among the fastest-growing areas of our economy. Smartphones, hybrid work setup, sensor-based controls, contactless shopping,  cloud-native virtual networks – all these things and more are being created, maintained, and upgraded by Science, Technology, and Engineering (STEM) professionals.

Read more: Expanding Egypt: Local, young talents to cultivate ICT growth

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