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A paradigm shift in knowledge transfer...

A paradigm shift in knowledge transfer...

Climate Change

Mon, Jun 29 2020

The traditional North-South paradigm of technology transfer ignores the increasing importance of developing...

OP-ED: Into the offline void

OP-ED: Into the offline void

Nazarul Islam

Sat, Jun 27 2020

Can the Estonia-model guide us in our own digital revolution?

Agriculture and climate change: A dangerous...

Agriculture and climate change: A dangerous...

Climate Change

Fri, Jun 26 2020

The underlying interesting question for each field is to understand the common point of interaction between...

Fugaku, Japan's new supercomputer, ranked...

Fugaku, Japan's new supercomputer, ranked...

East Asia

Tue, Jun 23 2020

Fugaku was jointly developed by Riken and the firm Fujitsu and has a speed of roughly 415.53 petaflops...

OP-ED: How to learn online

OP-ED: How to learn online

Muhammad Mehedi Masud

Tue, Jun 16 2020

The challenges of utilizing e-learning during Covid-19 in a country like Bangladesh

ED: Harness the power of remote...

ED: Harness the power of remote...

Editorial

Sun, Jun 14 2020

Adapting to the new normal of online education has not been as seamless as it should be

OP-ED: The solution may lie in collective...

OP-ED: The solution may lie in collective...

Sajib Hasan

Tue, Jun 9 2020

How technology will play a key role in tackling Covid-19

ED: Tech for tracing

ED: Tech for tracing

Editorial

Tue, Jun 9 2020

This information could be used to fight coronavirus in a much more focused way

Researchers eye tech wearables as virus...

Researchers eye tech wearables as virus...

World

Sun, Jun 7 2020

Scientists say wearables can provide data on body temperature, heart and respiratory rates, sleep and...

OP-ED: Failure proves the merit of the...

OP-ED: Failure proves the merit of the...

Tim Worstall

Sun, Jun 7 2020

Uber Eats shutting down may not be a bad thing

OP-ED: Not so smart now, are we?

OP-ED: Not so smart now, are we?

Ziaur Rahman

Sat, Jun 6 2020

Have smart phones altered all forms of friendship, love, and affection?

OP-ED: What does the future hold for...

OP-ED: What does the future hold for...

Sarwar Jahan Chowdhury

Mon, Jun 1 2020

Democratic accountability is the only option

The future of the Bangladesh garment...

The future of the Bangladesh garment...

Forrest Cookson

Mon, May 18 2020

Major changes are needed if the sector is to retain its competitive edge

Fear is also a contagion

Fear is also a contagion

Samier Mansur

Sat, Apr 25 2020

Here’s how to overcome it

Coronavirus and the question of intellectual...

Coronavirus and the question of intellectual...

ABM Hamidul Mishbah

Wed, Apr 8 2020

How far are we from low-cost drugs?

Accord in 2020

Accord in 2020

D2

Wed, Apr 1 2020

Honda Accord has been a popular name among car enthusiasts since it was first brought to the market in...

The age of working from home

The age of working from home

Anik Kabir

Thu, Mar 19 2020

There’s the good and the bad to this practice

Why we need more women in health care...

Why we need more women in health care...

Sylvana Q Sinha

Sun, Mar 8 2020

Without women’s participation at every level, our progress will stagnate

For a more tech-driven Bangladesh

For a more tech-driven Bangladesh

Editorial

Sun, Feb 23 2020

We have already seen the benefits of the current government’s Digital Bangladesh initiative

A time for books

A time for books

Anik Kabir

Thu, Feb 20 2020

Our relationship with books is not what it used to be

Going global with Bangladeshi...

Going global with Bangladeshi...

Editorial

Thu, Feb 20 2020

This could be the first step to witnessing a boom in our export of electronic and other ICT