Asia Education

US universities with the most exceptional professors

By Tue, Sep 14, 2010 12:48PM UTC US universities with the most exceptional professors examines 10 of the top universities in the US that have built a reputation for high-quality professors who engage with their students to provide the best education possible…   ANY student who has spent more than a year or two at university will have come across professors who seem

Fort Hays State University

By Mon, Sep 13, 2010 11:15PM UTC

Greetings from Fort Hays State University in Hays, Kansas (USA)!  My name is Tim Crowley and I am the Dean of the Graduate School/Assistant Provost for Internationalizationat Fort Hays State University.  Hays, Kansas is in the central portion of the United States known as the Great Plains. We are located

Grape growing and Climate Change by Erl Happ

By Mon, Sep 13, 2010 4:12AM UTC

  Is the climate changing and who’s responsible? There is no doubt that the climate is changing. Here in Margaret River, where I have been logging temperatures since 1994 and it’s getting cooler. If this continues I may have trouble ripening my late grape varieties. The year 2006 was a

Females sprouting penises from foreheads

By Sat, Sep 11, 2010 4:09PM UTC

A worrying report from Western Australia where Curtin University researchers discover “that most females had penises growing from their foreheads.” That tributyltin (TBT) is some powerful stuff.

Teachers under fire in the insurgency in southern Thailand

By Thu, Sep 09, 2010 8:00AM UTC

AP: Panicked teachers in Thailand’s restive south stayed home from school Wednesday after two teachers were killed in broad daylight amid threats from suspected Muslim insurgents that 20 would die.…On Tuesday, a husband and wife, both Buddhist and primary school teachers at a public school, were riding to a morning

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