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August 14th, 2007
DSOA and GEMS to establish first of a kind innovative Smart School
The GEMS DSO Smart School will offer state-of-the-art science and technology facilities, including hands-on microelectronics and nanotechnology labs, an on-campus science park, botanical garden and community workspaces; academically robust curriculum and extension opportunities through internships, work-learning programs and accredited courses.
In keeping with the school's forward-looking philosophy, its core building will be environmentally friendly, with alternative energy sources and other green building technologies in use.
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