The School of Life Sciences and Medicine set up

On December 23rd, 2017, the School of Life Sciences and Medicine of USTC was founded and Anhui provincial hospital became the First Affiliated Hospital of University of Science and Technology of China. On the same day, the school of clinical medicine, an important part of the School of Life Sciences and Medicine, was listed in the southern district… Read More »

The first prize in a photo competition for WUT employee

PhD Krzysztof Koszewski, Vice-Dean for Studies at the Faculty of Architecture at the Warsaw University of Technology, during his stay in Beijing, made a series of photographs on architectural topics. His photographs were appreciated by the jury of the competition organized by the eBeijing portal and awarded him the first place. PhD Krzysztof Koszewski in October 2017 on… Read More »

Want to recycle your food scraps? Shoulda woulda Kooda!

Australians throw out 345 kgs of edible food each year, equating to AUD$8 billion. Helping reduce the amount of food that ends up in landfill is local start-up company, Kooda. Kooda is an on-demand service that collects food scraps from Perth metropolitan households and businesses and converts them into nutritious, organic compost for your plants. “What a lot of… Read More »

Expert Emphasises Importance of Architects in Flooring Solutions

The importance of Architects in providing floor solutions was brought to the fore at the Town and Gown Seminar recently organised by the Department of Architecture, Covenant University, Ota. The Guest Speaker at the event, Arc. Oladapo Ajayi noted that flooring solution could only work when the Architect says it works. He spoke on, “Innovative Flooring Solutions for… Read More »

USTC Firstly Achieve A Practical Heisenberg-limited Quantum Metrology

The CAS key lab of quantum information makes a significant progress in the field of quantum metrology. Under the lead of Prof. GUO Guangcan, LI Chuanfeng and CHEN Geng designed a novel weak measurement proposal, with which they can achieved Heisenberg-limited precision when measuring the single photon’s Kerr nonlinearity. This is the first work to achieve Heisenberg limit… Read More »

Covenant, VSR International, N-Biotek to explore Collaboration on Stem Cell Research

This resolution was reached on Tuesday, January 30, 2018, when a team made up of representatives of VSR International Limited and N-BIOTEK, a South Korean-based company, paid a courtesy visit to the Management of Covenant University. Shedding light on the operations of the two companies, leader of the team, Mr. Prince Vincent Dike, said VSR International supplies, install… Read More »

CSIRO Chief Executive Larry Marshall encouraged Australia’s scientists to take their science out of the lab and into the world to make people’s lives better.

In a speech to scientists at the annual Science Meets Parliament event held in Canberra today, Dr Marshall said scientists had a responsibility to share their work and get it ‘off the lab bench’. Science Meets Parliament is designed to foster relationships and understanding between scientists and technologists, MPs and Senators. “Science has the power to inspire all… Read More »

Sustainable livestock futures—BMZ, GIZ and ILRI at the Global Forum for Food and Agriculture this week

For several days this week (18–20 Jan 2018), several scientific directors and staff of the International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI)—Jimmy Smith, Shirley Tarawali, Dieter Schillinger, Lutz Merbold and Kristina Roesel—will be participating with several ILRI partners in the Global Forum for Food and Agriculture (GFFA), held in Berlin, Germany. This annual German three-day international conference focuses on the future of the… Read More »

Imagining a New Social Order: Noam Chomsky and Robert Pollin in Conversation

by: Noam Chomsky, Robert Pollin, C.J. Polychroniou Noam Chomsky and Robert Pollin participate in a three-part conversation with CJ Polychroniou for Truthout. In this dialogue, they discuss the most pressing social, economic and political issues facing the United States today. Culled From: