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    EdUHK Scholar’s recently published study covers humans’ historical adaptation to climate change

    A research term including a scholar from The Education University of Hong Kong (EdUHK) has given a new perspective into human adaptation to climate...

    TPU joins an international project to save rhinos

    Tomsk Polytechnic University became the first Russian university to join the Rhisotope Project, an international innovative project. The title of the project consists of...

    CityU develops advanced robot sensors to facilitate superior touch and feel

    By mimicking human skin, new kinds of tactile sensor technologies created at the City University of Hong Kong (CityU) offer hope to improving the...

    Working groups to be formed from Business and Science representatives in Russia to develop hydrogen technologies

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    LSBF Singapore launches School of Technology and new programmes in partnership with the University of East London

    The London School of Business and Finance Singapore (LSBF Singapore) announced today the opening of its School of Technology (SOT) which offers a range...

    LCCM’s Youth Music Officer and Women in Music Initiative Leader releases her second single “Available”

    London College of Contemporary Media (LCCM)’s Youth Music Officer, Evie Asio has released her second single “Available”. An alternative soul track, it was named as...

    Scientists develop methodology to protect the “Smart City” from cyber threats

    St. Petersburg, like other cities in the Russian Federation, is actively participating in the establishment of the “Smart City” program, which will provide new...

    LETI’s solution to prevent accidents and smuggling at sea

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    Invasive weed may help treat some human diseases, researchers find

    Native to the southeastern United States, a weedy grass has spread northward to Canada and also made its way to Australia and Japan. Andropogon...

    Sunway University ranked Malaysia’s top private university in THE Impact Rankings 2021

    For the first time, Sunway University entered the Times Higher Education (THE) Impact Rankings 2021 which measures universities’ commitment to the Sustainable Development Goals...

    UiTM celebrates International Mathematics Day

    Honouring the beauty and significance of mathematics, the International Day of Mathematics (IDM), known before as Pi-Day, highlights the important roles played to achieving...

    TUS scientists study agricultural pest that relies on bacteria to overcome plant defenses

    The oral secretions of herbivorous insects can activate plant defence mechanisms that protect plant cells from being digested. However, scientists at the Tokyo University...

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