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April 24th, 2007
Emirates signs MoU with CERT for first aid training for staff
The CERT Blue Gene supercomputer offers 5.7 teraflops calculating speed to corporate clients for use in biotechnology, nanotechnology, and genetics research as well as oil and gas simulation.
CERT Technology Park in the UAE is home to international companies such as Intel, Honeywell and Lucent Technologies.
The CERT IBM Centre of Excellence for Nanotechnology is commercialising nanotechnology discoveries in Desalination, Alternative Energy and Bio-Assay for Life Sciences.
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