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Could Japan become a role model for the Fourth Industrial Revolution?

Could Japan become a role model for the Fourth Industrial Revolution?

Leveraging augmented technologies such as self-driving cars, artificial intelligence and data-intensive precision medicine to rectify social challenges is a singular objective amongst countries. Two...

THE PANGASINAN STATE UNIVERSITY: ALWAYS REACHING HIGHER

With the vision “To become an ASEAN Premier State University in 2020, the Pangasinan State University (PSU) over the years had upheld the ASEAN...
Commentary: Humanities at the heart of a holistic education in a tech-driven world

Commentary: Humanities at the heart of a holistic education in a tech-driven world

The study of humanities has not become inconsequential as a result of the fourth industrial revolution. We need our humanists to understand technology and...
Nobel laureate Roger Kornberg becomes an honorary doctor of Samara University – a Project 5-100 university

Nobel laureate Roger Kornberg becomes an honorary doctor of Samara University – a Project...

By Project 5-100 Roger David Kornberg, winner of the Nobel Prize in chemistry, a renowned American biochemist, professor at Stanford University and co-chairman of the...
The first Art and Science master's degree program is launched in Russia

The first Art & Science master’s degree program is launched in Russia

By Project 5-100 ITMO University, Russian Academic Excellence Project participant, launches the first Art & Science international master's degree program in Russia which integrates art and science. Dimitri Ozerkov,...

Football Fans from Marocco Become IKBFU Students

IKBFU admission campaign is in full swing. The University admission department offers applicants from all over the country and abroad a wide choice of...

South Ural State University: Academic Mobility Programs in China

Students of South Ural State University actively participate in Academic Mobility programs, which are being implemented at the university for 6 years now. This...

University Of Petra Excels in Hult Prize

More than 200 teams from various Jordanian Universities participated in Hult Prize competition for Social entrepreneurship, where 36 advanced to the final national competition...
From drones to health data, how Japan can power ahead

From drones to health data, how Japan can power ahead

In recent years, Japan has made extensive progress in innovating its physical and digital infrastructure. In the World Economic Forum’s Global Competitiveness Index 2017-...
Big data hype hasn’t led to tangible results in the social sciences, expert says

Big data hype hasn’t led to tangible results in the social sciences, expert says

Many industries are revolutionised through advanced technologies and have made use of big data to be increasingly efficient. Despite the significant progression in primary...
International experience and graduate employability: stakeholder perceptions on the connection

International experience and graduate employability: stakeholder perceptions on the connection

Growing globalisation and internationalisation has expanded the need for graduates with the competency to function under culturally diverse conditions. Universities have placed emphasis on...
Saving the Liberal Arts: Making the Bachelor’s Degree a Better Path to Labor Market Success

Saving the Liberal Arts: Making the Bachelor’s Degree a Better Path to Labor Market...

Increasing college tuition and economic instability have resulted many recent college graduates underemployed and caught in a debt trap. As such, this has led...
What a driverless world could look like

What a driverless world could look like

Autonomous vehicles will drastically change how people and goods are being transported around the cities. The observed growing convergence between public and private transportation...