Solar power was initially installed on rooftops, then on public light fittings, later on land. Now it can be installed on water.
Both countries are good examples of how investing in water and sanitation spurs economic development.
This tidal power plant in the Republic of Korea is a remarkable combination of high energy capacity and low environmental impact.
The Republic of Korea and the People's Republic of China offer 4 lessons for developing countries to strengthen their higher education systems and innovation capacities.
Digital technology is increasingly important in designing and managing cities that put people first
In cities around Asia, governments are exploring ways to capture the increased value of land near public infrastructure projects, and direct these funds back toward the needs of city residents.
Teaching science, technology, engineering and math benefits students and society in a variety of ways.
The Asia and Pacific region is aging rapidly, and that is affecting the region’s workforce, but increased longevity is adding an unexpected element to the picture
Developing a holistic national student assessment system can be a colossal undertaking but strategic measures can produce results.