It is a cliché to say that Cambodia lacks a research culture. It is also not uncommon to hear phrases such as “no reading culture,” “no research culture,” or “limited research” in the context of Cambodia.
In July 2004 Richard Stone traveled to North Korea for the first time. Back then he was the editor of Science magazine, and as a US citizen and journalist, it was difficult for him to get a visa.
Scholarships: Study Tropical Ecology and Conservation in the Field – Women in Global Health LEAD Fellowship – YSEALI Professional Fellows Programme
It is inarguable that high qua-lity research is one of the core elements for developing countries to create feasible and highly effective strategies towards economic, educatio-nal, environmental and social prosperity.
At least 5,200 birds and bird eggs are destroyed every year in Norway’s nature areas.
A research has shed new light on how highly pathogenic influenza infect humans.
Kenya is to develop online authorisation permit to ease research on wildlife.
Sputnik spoke with George Szamuely, senior research fellow at the Global Policy Institute, about Britain’s Defense Secretary Gavin Williamson’s remarks regarding Russia being ‘one of the greatest threats’.
Scholarships: Heinrich Bölll Foundation Scholarships – Monash University Full Tuition Scholarship – Senior Research Fellowships
Events : Presentation of Research Book – Question Time – Chinese Influence in Cambodia – ReadCamp: A History of Cambodia
The World Bank to provide $90 million in financing to help improve higher education.
A Thai provider of design and construction services for retail and corporate interiors, will inaugurate its first office in Cambodia.
The Shulan Hangzhou Hospital has performed over 330 liver transplants since 2015.
The project will break ground at the end of March and will be finished within 18 months.
Cambodia and China will sign an agreement in the near future to support research on growing a new variety of rice in the kingdom.
Don’t be fooled by the looks of this question. It may seem utterly stupid at a glance, and to demand an obvious answer.
The Mexican government invites undergraduate and graduate students to join academic mobility programmes in specialised fields at the master’s or doctoral level.