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North Korean University Asks Help From Texas A&M University With Food Security

Feb 01, 2017 AM EST Pyongyang University of Science and Technology has asked for help from Texas A&M University regarding food security.

Celebrity And Activist, Shakira Calls On Academics All Over The World To Act On Education! [VIDEO]

Sep 22, 2016 PM EDT Shakira calls on world investors to focus on globalizing education. Alongside world leaders, Shakira proposes the tripling of the $3 trillion yearly budget for education by 2030.

MIT Solve 2016: The Program Focuses On Addressing The World's Most Dire Issues In It’s Second Year!

Jul 11, 2016 AM EDT Massachusetts Institute Of Technology's Solve program divulged its preliminary schedule of activities for fall this year and spring 2017. Solve is an ongoing MIT-based program that aims to find ...

Yellow Fever Chaos Global Emergency On The Rise Over This Disease; Academic Professionals Warn

May 10, 2016 AM EDT Yellow fever has had been affecting almost a billion of people in Africa and Latin America. However, as reported by Independent UK, Asia, Europe and the United States could be the next victims of this ...

Global Food Trade Unlikely To Meet Demand of Agriculturally-Poor Countries, Study

Sep 09, 2014 AM EDT Global food supply may not meet the demands of the rising population in agriculturally-poor countries, according to a University of Virginia study.

ISA CEO Donates $1.5 Million to Carroll College to Support Global Education Initiatives

Jul 17, 2014 AM EDT Gustavo J. Artaza, President and CEO of International Studies Abroad (ISA), has made a gift of $1.5 million gift to support global education initiatives and establish the Artaza Center for Excellence ...

Experts Call For Alert System To Detect Abrupt Climate Change Events

Dec 04, 2013 PM EST Once climate change reduce crops and induces catastrophic weather more frequently, it would be too late to reverse the effects of a warming globe without "better forecasting skills," Bloomberg News ...

Shanghai Outplays US, UK in Global Tests

Dec 03, 2013 AM EST The U.S. and the U.K., two of the world's leading countries in higher education, have been thwarted by global rivals in Programme in International Student Assessment (PISA) tests conducted by ...

Climate Change Forcing Tropical Crop Pests to Colder Regions, Study

Sep 03, 2013 AM EDT Rising temperatures around the world are forcing hundreds of crop pests from the tropics towards the North and South poles at a rate of nearly two miles a year, according to a study carried out by ...

Marijuana Crowned the World's Most Popular; Least Deadly Illegal Drug : Survey

Aug 30, 2013 AM EDT Marijuana has topped the list of the most popular drug used world-wide, defeating cocaine, heroin, methamphetamine, hallucinogens and other drugs in a first-of-its-kind global survey of illegal drug ...

Short-Lived Birds Can Withstand Global Warming, Oxford Study

Jul 10, 2013 AM EDT The survival rate of short-lived birds is higher than that of other animals in a higly dynamic environment, says a study conducted by Ben Sheldon and colleagues at the University of Oxford. The ...

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