Saturday 28 November, 2020
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10 months in, COVID-19 continues to sweep economic devastation and force limited healthcare resources under greater strain across European and American countries. The effects of the first lockdown back in March are still in play however the...

By Jian Sun on Nov 7th, 2020

Manchester University students have received an apology from the university for a fence erected without warning, but are still angry, saying there is no genuine care for their mental health.  Manchester students tore down a “prison-like” fence that the university erected around their halls on the first day of England’s second lockdown. University...

Universities have been urged by the UK government to be flexible in their admissions ahead of A-level results day this week. From Sky News The eleventh hour move is in response to claims that the university places of thousands of pupils in England...

By Jian Sun on Aug 11th, 2020

Association of Self-Financed Outstanding Scholarship Awardees UK (ASOSA UK) held the opening ceremony of the 3rd “Hard and Core Technology” Innovation and Entrepreneurship Competition 2020 last weekend. It was also the first time that...

Teaching unions across the UK and Ireland are warning national leaders not to reopen schools too early. From BBC News The British Irish Group of Teacher Unions has written to the education ministers of all five nations in which the million...

By Jian Sun on May 6th, 2020

During the recent covid 19 pandemic in China, an interesting pattern of statistics began to emerge.  The suggested that those patients treated with a combination of Western medicine and Traditional Chinese medicine experienced an increased...

By Jian Sun on Apr 16th, 2020

The Olympia Grand recently welcomed the return of AI & Big Data Expo Global 2019, the leading Artificial Intelligence & Big Data Conference & Exhibition to London in late April Many of the industry’s leading decision makers, developers & designers attended the Expo to discuss technology and strategies for the future of artificial intelligence...

Artificial Intelligence has seen enormous advancements in so many different industry sectors in recent years. Chinese AI company Zige believers that AI in Education is a prime technology driver that will affect everyone and have a profound...

By tadmin on Apr 15th, 2019

Report from Independent that children from the poorest families are half as likely to get into their top choice of secondary school through the appeals system, as the requirement for written statements can be a barrier to parents, a study has found. Parents in the most affluent areas have a much better chance of securing their preferred...