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    EdUHK’s innovative ways to test hearing

    The Education University of Hong Kong (EdUHK) audiology experts have found improved ways to test the hearing of the young and elderly through technological...

    Over 120 students from China and Germany learn Russian at TPU Summer School

    Tomsk Polytechnic University is holding a summer school for international students. During three weeks, over 120 students will not only learn Russian but also...

    New treatment for inflammatory bowel disease

    In a recent study published in Frontiers in Immunology, Prof. Chiharu Nishiyama, Kazuki Nagata, and Ayumi Okuzumi from the Tokyo University of Science and...

    Batteries from solar panel scrap to support the circular economy

    The School of Global Studies, Thammasat University; Indorama Ventures; the United Nations Development Program (UNDP); the United Nations Children Fund (UNICEF); and the SEAMEO...

    UE to offer free industry certification courses on digital skills and latest technologies

    The University of Europe for Applied Sciences (UE) has announced a collaboration with leading business and tech companies to offer its students a suite of...

    TPU scientists find simple method to produce refractory and robust Silicon Carbide from sawdust

    Scientists of Tomsk Polytechnic University have developed and patented a simple and cheap method of producing silicon carbide, a superhard and refractory material, from...

    Hidden in the Seeds: Bacteria found to survive the harsh interior of Passion Fruit seeds

    For the first time ever, a research group consisting of Dr. Toshiki Furuya, Associate Professor at the Department of Applied Biological Science, Tokyo University...

    Japanese companies become familiar with work of Russian Consortium of Hydrogen Technologies

    On July 5, representatives of over 60 Japanese organizations and companies, including Toyota, Toshiba, Mitsubishi and others, discussed the development of the market of...

    “Second-Hand” psychological stress can lead to depression in mice, finds study

    In a pioneering study, scientists from Japan established that psychological stress can negatively affect neurogenesis and cause depression in a mouse model. Recent research has...

    SMU and Singapore Green Finance Centre panel discussions on ESG Measurements and Standards

    Sustainable, responsible, and impact (SRI) investing is on the rise. But with SRI investing called out as “marketing hype” by sceptics like Mr Tariq Fancy,...

    Chula Lecturer’s research signals biodiversity in Southeast Asia

    The Faculty of Science, Chulalongkorn University, and German researchers recently discovered the world’s newest species of frog in Myanmar which highlights the diverse ecosystems...

    Scientists unravel the mysteries of irreversibility in electrochromic thin films

    Scientists from Japan have quantitatively evaluated ion-trapping-induced degradation in lithium intercalated tungsten oxide films In a recent study published in Applied Surface Science (made available...

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