- published: 12 Apr 2012
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Lweendo is a Zambian Student that graduated in Chemical Engineering from the Faculty of Science and technical in Fez, Morocco. She has some words of advice for us pertaining to her journey through Chemical Engineering.
Direct engineering assistance was provided to the University of Fès, Morocco, a member of the Moroccan Research and Education Network (MARWAN) in conjunction with the MARWAN-NSRC Network Monitoring, Management and Security Workshop that took place in Marrakech, Morocco from March 26-30, 2012. Engineers and ICT professionals of Morocco joined NSRC trainers to gain hands-on experience with the rapidly changing tools needed to manage networks. Engineering assistance was provided in a collaborative side-by-side manner to ensure the transfer of skills and to meet the needs and concerns of the resident staff that provide long-term support.
In November 2014, The Little Engineer with the strategic partner Airbus delivered 3 workshops in Rabat to expose 84 learners aged 10 to 12 years to inspire them about the aviation industry while exposing them to the world of robotics using the latest technologies. Day 1 movie for the workshop delivered at Sofitel in collaboration with AFITS with 33 learners from different region from Morocco.
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Algeciras - August 07 1. Various of ferry with man in foreground 2. Various of cars driving towards ferry 3. Wide of people walking out of passenger terminal 4. SOUNDBITE: (Spanish) Vox pop, Moroccan woman, no name given: "It would be easier to use a tunnel than the car, less traffic, much better. Look at all of us trying to cross now." 5. People waiting to board ferry 6. SOUNDBITE: (Spanish) Vox pop, Moroccan man, no name given: "I'm not sure, I'm not afraid. I suppose if it is a good mode of transport it will be OK." Madrid - Recent 7. Angel Aparicio, Head of the Spanish Government's Tunnel project talking 8. Close up of Angel Aparicio sketching diagram 9. SOUNDBITE: (Spanish) Angel Aparicio, Head of the Spanish Government's tunnel project: "We are at the point of going fr...
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My self 2e0bvj working CN2TR in Morocco on 10 metres this afternoon (1/11/2015) with my Xiegu X108G..I got an excellent report from my 15 watts and it was effortless to work him as most of my contacts are with this new Chinese HF transceiver.. We now have a Xiegu X108G Facebook page/ group for information on the X108G..Come along and say hello or may be become a member if you already use facebook... here is the linkhttps://www.facebook.com/groups/578581345625251/