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Lingnan University, Asia Pacific Higher Education Research Partnership (APHERP) and IAFOR co-hosts the “Conference...

Lingnan University, Asia Pacific Higher Education Research Partnership (APHERP) and IAFOR co-hosted the Conference for Higher Education Research Hong Kong 2018 from 19 to...
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Mongolia Beckons, QS Arrives: Developing The Next Hot Destination in Global Higher Ed!

Braving temperatures of -10 to -20 degrees centigrade, a very special edition of QS Xchange kicked-off in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia on 5 November 2018 at...

HKBU’s research finds novel derivatives from two orchid species can protect and lighten skin

Researchers from the School of Chinese Medicine (SCM) at Hong Kong Baptist University (HKBU) have discovered that the natural compounds found in two orchid...
5 key trends for the future of healthcare

5 key trends for the future of healthcare

With the rise of innovation in the healthcare sector, several breathtaking scenarios had since taken place within the industry. The dynamic transformation and unparalleled...
Bridge the gap: what companies can do about the college skills gap

Bridge the gap: what companies can do about the college skills gap

There is an obvious skills gap between the knowledge taught by universities and what organisations expect from employees. Recent research revealed that close to...

The Community College at Princess Nourah Bint Abdulrahman University is Keeping up with the...

Tourism plays a significant role in the economies of advanced and developing countries. According to the World Tourism Organization, the demand for tourism has...

HKBU and Tencent break world record for fast and accurate AI training

Researchers at Hong Kong Baptist University (HKBU) have partnered with a team from Tencent Machine Learning to create a new technique for training Artificial...

Big image data plus machine learning offer prognoses without biopsies

Caption. Impact type of nonaccidental trauma: 6-month-old boy. Axial CT scan shows right frontal depressed skull fracture (straight arrow) along with frontoparietal lobe contusion (arrowheads)....
‘Overtourism’? Understanding and Managing Urban Tourism Growth beyond Perceptions

‘Overtourism’? Understanding and Managing Urban Tourism Growth beyond Perceptions

‘Overtourism’ or ‘tourismphobia’ are expressions that have caught the attention of many recently. They demonstrate the challenges of administering the increasing tourism traffic into...

ITS Alumnus Won 2018 Leibinger Innovation Prize

Surabaya, ITS News – Muhammad Rodlin Billah, alumnus of the Physics Engineering Department of the Sepuluh Nopember Institute of Technology (ITS) Surabaya, Indonesia, won the second best award...

Atma Jaya Encourages Entrepreneurship in Millennials

Atma Jaya Catholic University of Indonesia encourages entrepreneurship in millennials through Social Entrepreneurship Marketplace (SE Marketplace). This event is an annual event of Atma Jaya,...

Alzi Center of Excellence and Healthy Aging Inauguration at Atma Jaya University

Atma Jaya Catholic University of Indonesia (29/9/2018) held another Friday Coffee Break with a theme of Co-working Space Inauguration: Alzi Center of Excellence, which...
dental practices

Trends shaping the future of dental practices

The dynamic dental landscape presents new opportunities and challenges as the number of dentists increase. Demographics shift and the business framework of dental practices...

Business schools form global alliance to revolutionise online education and flexible learning

Six of the world’s leading business schools will launch a new digital learning platform that combines faculty expertise with cutting-edge technology, to meet growing...

The Arabic Language Teaching Institute for Non-Arabic Speakers at PNU; a diverse cultural interact

The Arabic Language Teaching Institute at Princess Nourah Bint Abdulrahman University in Riyadh represents the leading role of Saudi Arabia in serving the Arabic...

Singapore don achieves prestigious ACM recognition for significant impact on global computing field

Associate Professor Rajesh Balan from the School of Information Systems (SIS) at Singapore Management University (SMU) has been named as an ACM Distinguished Member...

Multimedia University Students Enjoy Indonesian Culture and Higher Education at Universitas Mercu Buana, Jakarta

Multimedia University's Faculty of Business has collaborated with the Faculty of Communication of Universitas Mercu Buana to conduct an exciting 2-week international student exchange...
Herbal Medicine: Current Status and the Future

Herbal Medicine: Current Status and the Future

Herbal medicine is still widely consumed, particularly in the developing countries, as source of fundamental health care. This is because herbal drugs are predominantly...
The role of universities in building a knowledge-based economy in Saudi Arabia

The role of universities in building a knowledge-based economy in Saudi Arabia

A knowledge-based economy is one of the critical factors of modern economies. Growth in most of the economies of the world, particularly with most...
Gen Zs, millennials like working for foodservice industry

Gen Zs, millennials like working for industry

Millennial and Gen Z population pointed out that the foodservice industry provides good employment opportunities and effective training in several skills, according to new...
Disruptive Technology in Dentistry - Rethinking the Model

Disruptive Technology in Dentistry – Rethinking the Model

Dentistry is no longer just about the extraction of diseased teeth. Dentistry today has allowed individuals to keep their teeth for an extended period...