Dubai: UAE Minister of State for Technology Sarah Al Amiri has been named in the Times list. The minister has been shortlisted for the Times Magazine’s 100 Impact Award (times magazine 100 impact award). The list includes those who have done extraordinary work to shape the future of the world and bring about change. Sarah Amiri was at the helm of the Arab world’s first Mars mission, the Hope Probe.
The list includes people who will influence the future in the areas of health, politics, entertainment and business. Earlier, Sarah was listed by the BBC as one of the 100 most influential women in the world. Sarah was one of 50 young scientists published by the World Economic Forum five years ago. Sarah was behind more than a dozen satellites launched by the UAE, including the Falcon I2 observation satellite launched from the French Guiana Space Center in the United States.
Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President, Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, congratulated Sarak on his inclusion in the list. Sheikh Mohammed tweeted, “Daughter of the Emirate, my daughter.” “We are proud of our young men and women who have made remarkable achievements nationally and globally,” he said.
Five years ago, Sarah was appointed in charge of the UAE’s space mission. Sarah was also in charge of the UAE’s first satellite mission. In 2016, Sarah became head of the Emirates Science Council. The following year he became Minister of Advanced Science. Sarah is also in charge of the UAE’s lunar mission. news summary: deputy minister times impact award deputy minister in presidency ministers and deputy ministers uae ministry of artificial intelligence.