Cambodia’s STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) discipline has continuously improved through the years. But it still has a long way to go in terms of mastery and application in the field.
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The president of the Royal Academy announces internal restructuring aimed at increasing the level of professionalism.
A massive underground lake has been detected for the first time on Mars, raising hopes that more water – and maybe even life – exists there, international astronomers said Wednesday.
The survival of North Korea is highly dependent on the success of its socialist policy.
Zimbabwe launches its space agency to advance the country’s research and innovation.
A Yunnan official says that Cambodia and the province have enjoyed many benefits through current policies.
An exhibition for a piece of moon rock opened at the National Museum in Phnom Penh.
The World Bank to provide $90 million in financing to help improve higher education.
PM emphasizes the importance of science and technology for the future development.
Education systems, with the right policies and practices in place, can lead to both better skilled and more equitable societies in the East Asia and Pacific region, writes Victoria Kwakwa.
Chinese Premier Li Keqiang‘s visit to Cambodia will be of great significance to Lancang-Mekong cooperation and China-Cambodia ties, a senior diplomat has said. Li will attend the second Lancang-Mekong River Cooperation (LMC) leaders’ meeting in…
Khmer Times’ Sok Chan discusses the aviation sector in Cambodia with Captain Khan Vanna, the chief pilot and crew control manager at Cambodia Angkor Air.
The population fits into two categories on the cheese front: those who have a wide variety, including plenty of stinking bishop, and those who buy a small block of cheddar because it may come in handy.
US scientists Jeffrey Hall, Michael Rosbash and Michael Young win the 2017 Nobel prize for medicine for unravelling molecular mechanisms that control our internal clocks.
If nature – the planet’s ecosystems, wildlife and climate – descend into chaos, then so will the society and economy it supports.