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Found 340 articles associated to the institution ResearchSEA.
 
New Cutting Edge Technology Strongly Supported by Government Agencies and Institutions – Lab-on-a-Chip
18-December-2015

Lab-on-a-Chip (LOAC) Asia Conference and Exhibition, held on 19-20 November at The Education Resource Centre, University Town, National University of Singapore.

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Asian universities are exploring multidimensional strategies to ameliorate their university ranking
14-December-2015

They are moving away from government-centralized governance to self-governance, paving the way to more efficient and better-ranked world-class universities.

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Energy Storage and Renewable Energy to witness accelerated growth in 2016 despite low oil prices
14-December-2015

The extreme weather patterns and environmental occurrences experienced across the Asia Pacific region have brought to the forefront the urgent need for countries to work together...

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Learner-centric pedagogy and creative spaces key to improving learner engagement in China
9-December-2015

Shanghai, China, 8 Dec, 2015 – International and private schools across the world are quickly moving away from rote learning towards a more learner-centered, interactive and collaborative approach in order to improve learner engagement and learning outcomes.

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Climate Change Losses for Southeast Asia Well Above Previous Estimate-ADB
9-December-2015

PARIS, FRANCE – Economic losses from the impacts of climate change in Southeast Asia could be 60% higher than previously estimated, reducing the region’s gross domestic product (GDP) by up to 11% by 2100, according to a new Asian Development Bank (ADB) study.

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