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18:01
18:01

Government Drafts New Law On Nuclear Power Plants 3

Once enacted, the Bill will among others create a Uganda Nuclear Energy Company to take care of government's interest in nuclear installations.
09:56
09:56

Professor Katunguuka Moots Policy On Shared Education Facilities Among Universities 1 3

Professor Katunguuka prefers that all chartered universities in the country begin sharing Information and Communications Technology (ICT) resources, physical and digitalized libraries and laboratories, supervision of postgraduate students, and building research and innovation capacities among others, as a way towards strengthening the institutions’ academic capacities.
11:19
11:19

Lack of Power Limits Learning at Napak Seed School lacks electricity 1 2

According to students, they cannot attend preps, or ICT lessons, and there are risks of insecurity due to the absence of electricity at school.
08:54
08:54

Lack of Computer Skills Frustrates Gov't Programs in Kaabong 2 3

They say that community-based officers such as Parish Chiefs and Extension workers, are not performing their duties in line with their job description because many of them do not have any computer knowledge to work with the tools provided for the tasks.
09:18
09:18

Ugandan Startups Secure Major Deals with Asian Tech Companies 2

By signing this Memorandum of Understanding, both parties affirm their dedication to advancing their respective businesses' continued growth and mutual benefit.
07:04
07:04

15 Youth to Represent Uganda at African Tech Exhibition in Morocco 5

The 3-day GITEX Africa show will give the Ugandan young innovators an opportunity to showcase their talent to tech enthusiasts, startups, investors, and industry leaders from across the globe.
13:46
13:46

Gov’t Commissions Regional Materials Testing Laboratory In Moroto 1 2

The laboratory sitting on a 13- acre piece of land is expected to serve the construction industry in the Karamoja Sub-Region and other neighbouring districts since existing laboratories are located far away from this region.
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20:01

World Warned Of Artificial Intelligence Threat To Nuclear Technology 1 3 Top story

Risk scenarios include theft of nuclear and other radioactive material for use in improvised devices and sabotage at nuclear installations or during transport of nuclear and radioactive material.
11:18
11:18

Sharp Declines In Critical Mineral Prices Mask Risks of Future Energy Supply critical minerals 2

Prices for key minerals used in clean energy technologies dropped in 2023, but new IEA analysis shows need for greater and more diversified investment to support efforts to reach energy and climate goals.
07:56
07:56

Archbishop Ssemogerere Raises Concern Over Artificial Intelligence Paul Ssemogerere 1 1

Drawing from a personal experience visiting a friend in Australia, Archbishop Ssemogerere recounted how his wealthy friend employed a robot to maintain his property, citing frustration with human excuses for not working. Despite the apparent benefits of such technology, Archbishop Ssemogerere cautioned against its detrimental impact on employment and human relationships.
08:57
08:57

First Uganda Development Summit to Showcase Ugandan Talent 4

Refactory Executive Director, Micheal Niyitegeka says they specifically targeted software and not all Innovation engineering because it is where Uganda can have a competitive advantage, and is more affordable than infrastructure.
08:50
08:50

Pigskin Leather Products Surprise Young Swineherds 2 2

The products were part of the display at the Piggery Value Chain Symposium, which attracted over 800 swineherds, both physically and online.
08:51
08:51

We Should Jointly Nurture the Same Small Talent - Telecoms 4

Stella Sekweyama, the Head Human Resources at ATC Uganda expressed concern at the low completion rates in the engineering courses, saying there was need to encourage the students, especially females, to take up and graduate in the fields.
13:13
13:13

Delegates Make “Significant” Progress On Plastics Treaty 3 Top story

It is no longer talking about “if” we can get there, but “how.” said Steven Guilbeault, Canada’s Minister of Environment and Climate Change.
19:14
19:14

Civil Society Call For Equity in New WHO Pandemic Agreement 3 2

Advocates say the agreement should ensure accountability, financing for pandemic security and guaranteed access to pathogens. Pathogen sharing currently occurs through dozens of formal and informal .
09:40
09:40

UCC Demands Transparency in Cellular Data Operations service provider 2 1 Top story

During a town hall meeting with data providers, Nyombi Thembo, the UCC executive director, emphasized the regulator's commitment to protecting consumer rights while facilitating industry growth.
07:48
07:48

Enumerators' Recruitment Malpractices Loom as Census Material Distribution Begins process 3 2

Mukiza called for the involvement of security forces, leading to the apprehension of some offenders. Officials found complicit in malpractices have been removed from the recruitment list.
11:46
11:46

Be Patient Zawedde Tells Young Innovators 1 Top story

Aminah Zawedde, Permanent Secretary at the Ministry of ICT and National Guidance says most youth in Uganda are also known to want to achieve quick success and usually get derailed.
10:43
10:43

SLB Commended For Supporting Women In Science And Technology PAU 1

Petroleum Authority's Executive Director, Ernest Rubondo said Ugandan women have benefited from the initiative by post-doctoral research in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics.
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