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World Science Forum Convenes Under Slogan Science for Peace

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    The World Science Forum 2017 convened at the Dead Sea over a four day period in November under the slogan Science for Peace, a philosophy espoused by its chief organizer HRH Princess Sumaya bint El Hassan. The event convened 3,000 people from around the world to discuss various aspects of utilizing science to […]

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High Growth Strategy for Developing Countries

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Cambridge Advisors was hired by a global development agency to develop a high growth strategy for a country that is the recipient of international donor aid. The goal of the development program is to increase national competitiveness and attract foreign direct investment to the country by nearly USD $1 billion over a 5 year period with an accompanying goal to […]

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Economic Development in Honduras through Special Economic Zones

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Cambridge Advisors conducted a study identifying high potential industries for a proposed special economic zone in the Republic of Honduras for U.S. private investors exploring the potential of new legislation. Under a constitutional amendment that provides for the creation of Zones for Employment and Economic Development (ZEDE), formerly known as Regions for Economic Development (RED), Honduras is permitting the establishment of […]

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UAE Should Exploit Its Major Advantage in Ecosystems

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UAE should exploit its major advantages in ecosystems By Professor Bruce Walker Ferguson Three complex engines propel the world toward a knowledge-based economy, in which skills and technology are the raw materials for competitive success. Two of these – education and technological innovation – rightfully receive close attention and immense resources. But a third, which […]

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BRITISH COUNCIL EXAMINES VALUE OF ENTREPRENEURSHIP IN HIGHER EDUCATION

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The British Council organized a one-day forum to discuss The Value of Entrepreneurship in Higher Education, featuring representatives of UK and US higher education institutions and organizations as part of the British Council Higher Education Series. The event, held at the American Academy of Arts and Sciences in Cambridge, convened a highly distinguished audience of […]

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US Department of State Sponsors Delegation of International Entrepreneurs

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Sixteen entrepreneurs from ten countries toured Silicon Valley, New York, Boston and Washington, DC with US Department of State sponsorship to promote and develop their startup ventures. The delegation’s Boston/Cambridge itinerary was organized by Cambridge Advisors in conjunction with CRDF Global, the Washington, DC area non-profit foundation that operates the Global Innovation through Science and Technology (GIST) initiative on […]

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Supporting the U.S. Department of State through Science Diplomacy Initiatives

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The United States Department of State is making good on President Barack Obama’s infamous pledge during his June 2009 Cairo speech to improve relations with middle eastern and asian countries on the basis of mutual interest and mutual respect in order to turn a new page in relations that have too often been defined by military […]

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Knowledge Economy Roundtable Washington D.C.

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“On Monday, July 12th, the Institute of International Education’s Center for International Partnerships in Higher Education hosted a roundtable in Washington, DC to celebrate the release of Innovation Through Education: Building the Knowledge Economy in the Middle East, the fourth volume in a series of Global Education Research Reports published by IIE with the support of the […]

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Educate to Innovate: Building the Knowledge Economy in the Middle East

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Educate to Innovate “National and global political discourse is increasingly making mention of the importance of developing ‘knowledge economies’, and placing the production of knowledge societies at the forefront of national development policy. Such development aims are being embraced by governments across the Arab world, and the Middle East as a region is seeking to […]

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His Excellency Sheikh Nahayan Minister of Higher Education and Scientific Research of the United Arab Emirates

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His Excellency Sheikh Nahayan Minister of Higher Education and Scientific Research of the United Arab Emirates welcomes Managing Partner Robert Ayan at his palace in Abu Dhabi after a series of meetings that reviewed the developments in higher education, scientific research and entrepreneurship in the United Arab Emirates under his leadership and the rapid expansion […]

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