Xinhuanet Interview with Professor Arnoud De Meyer President of Singapore Management University

It is easy for a small country like Singapore to attract a lot of foreigners. They have actually taught us a lot about how to manage the place. I did quite a lot of research on innovation management in this part of the world. It is a very competitive environment with very good graduates here. But I basically tell them that this is a great opportunity to learn a lot. The physical infrastructure has changed a lot t. So the education level has changed a lot,and the sophistication of the economy has changed a lot t. But education,infrastructure and the entertainment and arts scene have changed a lot and improved a lot t.

Ancient relics found in south China

A 120-square-meter cave was discovered some 10 meters above the water level,dating back to the period between the late Neolithic Age and Zhou Dynasty(about 1100 BC-771 BC)said Yang Qingping,research fellow with the Guangxi Institute of Conservation and Archaeology Research h. Yang said the findings would provide reliable data for research and study of the history of the area.

Australia to deliver fund for nanotech research

Australian government will deliver a fund for the new Australian Institute for Nanoscience ( AIN) which will open in May 2015 to boost its research of nanotechnology, Minister for Innovation, Industry, Science and Research Kim Carr confirmed in a statement after breaking the ground for the new facility at the University of Sydney on Wednesday.