The overall ranking features more than universities from 13 different nations. The full methodology can be found here. Japan is the most represented nation, with universities featured.
Japan leads the way with universities in the ranking, while China comes second with 72 ranked institutions. India is the third most represented country with 49 universities, up from 42 last year. Tsinghua University has been committed to a multidisciplinary system for more than 30 years, after going through many changes since its establishment in
Singapore is home to the best two universities in Asia for the first time, while China and Japan have the highest density of top institutions in the continent, according to the Times Higher Education Asia University Rankings While mainland China and Japan are each home to almost a fifth of institutions in the extended top table 39 eachChina has the upper hand, after a shift in power towards the nation last year. The country has 22 universities in the topincluding two in the top 10, while Japan has just 14 in the upper half of the table, and its top-ranked institution — the University of Tokyo in seventh place — has lost its place at the summit of the list.
Human impacts have caused detrimental impacts to the natural environment around the globe. For example, in some places, excessive air and water pollution, deforestation and climate change have significantly altered the quality of life. To gauge how environmental impact and the state of the natural environment varies from country to country, we've analysed publicly available data to rank the countries of Asia-Pacific.
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Reuters - Every scientist hopes for a "Eureka" moment — the jolt of sudden insight when a discovery becomes clear. But great advances always follow regular progress, and while individual researchers might strive for disruption, institutions are most successful when they're consistent and steady. Recent KAIST research highlights include the development of a highly durable platinum-based fuel cell catalyst that removes particulate matter from the air while it is in operation, an innovation that could lead to more efficient electric vehicles that reduce pollution when driven.
MIT photo. For the second year in a row, The Financial Times has added top lists of business schools in the Americas and the Asia-Pacific region to go with its annual ranking of European schools. In all, 20 of the 25 spots in the ranking are U. So, as good a school as it is, how is Washington Olin ranked higher here than Stanford and Harvard?
Cathy Mullan breaks down the results. Home to behemoth economies including Singapore, China and India, Asia-Pacific provides a wealth of opportunity and is a target market for many investors. In the latest biennial study of cities in the region,Singapore has ranked first for the second consecutive time.
Asia Pacific is the world's millennial hub, home to a staggering 58 percent of the world's to year-old population. The sprawling region has evolved rapidly over recent years as its youthful generation moved into the workforce and reshaped the economy. That shifting landscape has been a boon for many Asian cities, which have reinvented themselves to reflect 21st century living. However, others have struggled to accommodate millennials' mutual demands for suitable employment and affordable housing and the occasional avocado toast.