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How Technology is Changing the Future of Dentistry

“Dentistry has evolved a lot, and there are many sciences and technologies out there to get their smiles back and a trip to...
Language Barrier a Problem for Scientific Research, Study Says

Language Barrier a Problem for Scientific Research, Study Says

A new study highlights using English as the common language in the scientific community has extensively hindered the exchange of information. A paper recently published...
Prince Turki al Faisal

Featured Interview: HRH Prince Turki Al Faisal on university rankings, refugee scholars and transforming...

QS:  In your opinion, why are university rankings important? HRH Prince Turki al Faisal: University rankings are important because they (1) promote transparency and good...

Be inspired! Alok Shetty, the Young Indian Architect of Tomorrow

Alok Shetty is a Bengaluru-based architect who has been recognised by Time as one of the next global generation leaders due to his leading...
Smart cities are complicated and costly: here’s how to build them

Smart cities are complicated and costly: here’s how to build them

Although it is possible for the establishment of smarter cities through public-private partnerships, a truly smart city investment urges for the consideration of three...
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...
Rethinking Design Education for the 21st Century: Theoretical, Methodological, and Ethical Discussion

Rethinking Design Education for the 21st Century: Theoretical, Methodological, and Ethical Discussion

If we do not want design to become or remain “a branch of product development, marketing communication and technological fetishism”, it will have to...
Globalisation: The problem with apply western theories that don’t fit

The problem with apply western theories that don’t fit

Globalisation pushes each individual to keep up with the immense innovation globally. In order to do that, they will need substantial theoretical foundations that...
Three waves of international student mobility (1999-2020)

Three waves of international student mobility (1999-2020)

This article examines the shift in international student mobility from the lens of three overlapping waves spread over seven years between 1999 and 2020....

Promoting University-Industry Collaboration in Developing Countries

Collaboration between academia and industry is not only becoming increasingly important for the development of systematic national innovation systems; but it also bring about...

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