YOUNG people are particularly vulnerable to the disruptions caused by Covid-19 and it’s for this reason Citi Foundation has partnered with Trust for the Americas, and the Caribbean Industrial Research Institute (CARIRI) to launch an innovation lab for young people.
CARIRI and bmobile are engaging with the nation’s youth to promote ICT development and proficiency. The following is a press-release from bmobile.
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Earlier this year, it was reported that a Trinidadian mother wanted to find out how a metal screw ended up inside the chocolate bar she was eating. The bar had been offered to her by her daughter and she had already consumed half when she bit down on the hard metal hidden inside. The local…Read more
3D printing technology is all the rage currently with such rapid developments that it is even difficult for the best of us to keep up. So, let’s bring everyone up to date. As opposed to regular printing on paper with ink, 3D printers are able to print using a wide variety of materials, from plastic…Read more
Antibiotics are largely used in the production of food animals; however, the topic remains a controversial one. Antibiotics used in this manner are considered any medicine that destroys or inhibits bacteria in an animal being reared for food consumption. Antibiotic growth promoters are usually administered at a low, sub-therapeutic dose with the arguably favourable end…Read more
The Internet of Things (IoT) is a huge theme in technology coming into 2015. Simply put, the Internet of Things is the interconnection of uniquely identifiable physical devices with the existing internet. The IoT involves development in personal stealth wear, virtual reality and artificial intelligence. The IoT will offer users extensive connectivity with their devices,…Read more