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An Ivy League institution, the University of Pennsylvania has consistently been a top educational institution in the world. The university, among other things, is especially known for having students from different ethnic groups and also that over 50 percent of the students are women.
Science truly has no borders and numerous international collaborations such as Human Genome Project prove that common effort harvests great results. To promote cross-institutional exchange, universities and organizations provide funds for short-term programs and science internships. In this article, we will cover some of the funding opportunities both for students and scholars.
Université catholique de Louvain or UCL Louvain as it is commonly called has several campuses spread across Belgium, a country where you can drive from one end to another in less than 2 hours and 30 minutes. This is the largest French speaking university in the country.
“Information is power”, is written in the UN webpage, as describing the importance of International Day for Universal Access to Information, annually observed on 28 September. In order to raise awareness of the importance of universal access to information, the UN General Assembly has proclaimed 28th of September as such. In this article, we will elaborate on why universal access to information is the keystone of inclusive, democratic, and healthy societies with Access Info Europe, a human rights organization dedicated to promoting and protecting the right of access to information.
The dynamics of social media sometimes can make you feel that you don’t have the luxury called ‘time’- to understand properly each and every post you see. Thus, in this article we pose two questions - is social media causing a polarized environment-where people are ‘forced’ to take sides-often without taking the proper time to hear and discuss the arguments, and is it shrinking the space of different opinions or rushing us into having an opinion about almost everything?