We’ve highlighted below some of the most recent reports in youth-related news and events. In this week's Friday news summary, we speak about the Turkish president's decision to tighten his grip on Turkey's universities, a court ruling that says Dutch universities may teach in English, and new crypto courses offered by universities in Spain, Argentina, and Venezuela.
Constant flow of homework, never-ending assignments, and social life leave little room for exercising. If you, too, feel guilty about not staying in shape while in school, take a look at the tips that I came up with over a year of studying in the UK. These tricks won’t take up much of your time and are easy to follow – but they do require some will power. Which ones will work best for you?
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What does IT offer today’s urban citizens? A group of experts from around the world discussed this simple and at the same time very broadly focused question on Day Three of the Youth International Summer School, which is being held from the 15th to the 20th of July in the city of Shanghai. Read on to find out how Smart Technology is being implemented in modern urban areas and learn about the innovations that we can expect in the near future.
Could governments be replaced by governance the same way that currency could be replaced by crypto? Are we already on the way from insitutions to technology? How might those changes benefit business, and what should be considered as a potential threat? These are the questions that were discussed on Day Two of the Youth International Summer School that is being held from the 15th to the 20th of July in the city of Shanghai. Read on to find out how Smart Technology integrates with business today.
The concept of Smart cities is relatively well developed. It involves the capture of big data to make urban systems more efficient. But could the capturing of data optimise the performance and wellbeing of society as a whole? This was the main topic during Day One of the Youth International Summer School that is being held from 15th to 20th of July in the city of Shanghai.