Live Updates: Coronavirus Impact On Business Schools
25.03.2020 Business Because
What is the impact of coronavirus on business schools?
BusinessBecause portal brings the latest live updates from several world wide business schools including Nazarbayev University Graduate School of Business.
Jenifer L Lewis, director of degree programs at NU GSB, and our MBA student Olga Sunyaikina, share their stories.
Horse milk is better for us than cow’s milk, research reveals
Horse (mare’s) milk research from Nazarbayev University's professors reveals in the Daily Mail (358mln ppl circulation) and The Times (4mln ppl circulation), The Travel Magazine, Food & Drink Technology, The Times Ireland printed publications! According to this research, horse milk is beneficial in treating inflammatory diseases, tuberculosis, blood pressure, and even certain types of cancer. Also, koumiss, a fermented mare’s milk product, is rich in a protein that helps regulate blood pressure.
Tech for good: How Artificial Intelligence is solving some of the world's biggest problems
02.03.2020 IDG Connect
Article about Nazarbayev University professor Dr. Prashant Jamwal "ReLive" research on AI was published at "IDG connect" technology portal.
"ReLive" is a startup leveraging artificial intelligence and robotics to help stroke patients recover faster. AI-driven software provides rehabilitation devices covering areas of the body such as legs, ankles and upper limbs.
Inside block caving: the deep mining method of the future?
24.02.2020 Mining Technology
An article by Professor Fidelis Sourineni from Nazarbayev University was published in the Mine Magazine and Mining technology platform. Prof. Sourineni explains the use and potential of the block caving method, a mining system which involves undermining an ore body and then allowing it to collapse under its own weight, a process that opens access to deeper deposits. Block caving has emerged as a cost-effective method of mining large, low-grade mineral deposits.
International perspective: an American student in Kazakhstan
21.02.2020 THE (The Times Higher Education)
A blog post of Anthony Heykoop, the American student of Nazarbayev University Graduate School of Business, was published at the Times Higher Education platform. Anthony shares his experience why he had decided to study MBA in Kazakhstan and how he was pleased to find a university that matched his requirements in the capital city of Nur-Sultan.
Link for the article is below.
Inspirational Woman: Aizhan Alzhanova | Co-Founder, Mama Pro
WeAreTheCity, a leading website for professional women, published the interview with the graduate of Nazarbayev University. Aizhan Alzhanova is a co-founder of center in Kazakhstan which supports the professional growth of women who are stay-at-home mothers, have had employment difficulties due to special needs of their children, or women who are victims of domestic violence.
Mehdi Bagheri on the Irish Tech News Podcast
29.01.2020 Irish Tech News
Irish Tech News podcast released episode with Mehdi Bagheri, Associate professor of Nazarbayev University about the wireless road concept that will allow drivers to charge their car while driving. Mehdi explains what they have achieved so far with their wireless road concept, when it will become a reality, and how it will work.
Nazarbayev University develops new hydrogel for wound care
29.01.20 Med-tech innovations
A research team from National Laboratory Astana at Nazarbayev University is developing a wound healing hydrogel to improve the recovery of patients with skin burns and injuries. The product, AmnioSkin, uses simple technology and natural components and shown promising results following testing on animal subjects showing no allergic reactions.
9 Trends That Will Shape Business Education In 2020, According To Deans
How will business education change in 2020? What trends will take the industry by storm? Dr. Patrick Duparcq, Dean of the Nazarbayev University Graduate School of Business and other top business school deans from Stanford and Oxford universities share their predictions for the year ahead in "BusinessBecause" (web source for MBA queries, UK).
Nanotech being used in the fight against cancer
02 12 2019 Hospital Hub
Researchers from Nazarbayev University are testing the application of nanomaterials in thermal ablation therapy. The use of nanomaterials is an attractive solution in this type of therapy as the nanomaterials can increase the temperature in specific tumour regions. This allows the therapy to target and destroy the cancer cells specifically without affecting healthy surrounding cells.
The importance of earthquake preparedness, mitigation and resiliency
02.12.2019, Open Access Government
Several experts from the Nazarbayev University share their views on the importance of earthquake preparedness, mitigation and resiliency. In order to be able to predict the essential consequences of earthquakes, they describe the idea of developing a physically-based ground-motion prediction methodology incorporated with probabilistic seismic hazard analyses (PSHA).
Mobile phone frequencies are being used to treat Alzheimer’s disease
15.11.2019, Middle East Medical Portal
Researchers from Nazarbayev University and the National Laboratory Astana are investigating the use of mobile phone frequency electromagnetic fields as a form of future treatment for age-related dementia. Specifically, they are studying how radiofrequency electromagnetic fields could be used in Alzheimer’s disease therapy, selecting a frequency of 918 Hz because it is commonly used in mobile phones.
Kazakhstani University helping to revive ancient Silk Road route
06.11.2019, Asia Today
Dean of School of Social Sciences and Humanities, Dr. Daniel Pugh talks about expert anthropologists and archaeologists from Nazarbayev University who investigate the New Silk Road.
Thermal ablation therapy for cancer using nanomaterials
07.10.2019, Middle East Medical Portal
Researchers from Nazarbayev University are studying the use of nanomaterials as a form of cancer treatment that could be used to complement traditional treatments such as chemotherapy and radiation. Researchers Zhannat Ashikbayeva and Prof. Daniele Tosi, alongside Prof. Inglezakis, focused on the application of nanomaterials in thermal ablation therapy. Thermal ablation is a technique used in cancer therapy to eliminate cancerous cells or tissue by applying external electromagnetic waves to locally increase the temperature.
The world is changing: how savvy universities are playing catch-up
25.09.2019, The Telegraph
Universities around the world are looking beyond traditional curriculums to a new era of degrees. Ideas about university location are due to change, too. Shigeo Katsu, president of Nazarbayev University, sees a future where alliances are established between universities: “It will become increasingly common for a degree to be issued by more than one university.”
How Much Does GPA Matter When Applying To A Top MBA Program?
Doron Israeli, lecturer and admissions committee member at Nazarbayev University Graduate School of Business, answers an Applicant Question of the Week. The question comes from an anonymous applicant, concerned about the competitive nature of business school applications and hoping to improve their chances.
Kazakhstani researchers on track to power trains with wind
27.08.2019, Sustainability Matters
Much of the world’s current rail networks rely on diesel-powered trains, which are contributing to carbon emissions and accelerating global warming. Researchers from Nazarbayev University are developing a solution to reduce carbon emissions using the wind generated by moving trains.
App Lets Users Rent Out Empty Parking Spaces
Kazakhstan startup TuraQshare, with support from Nazarbayev University, has developed an app that allows users to register and rent out their empty parking spaces. TuraQshare, described as the “Airbnb for parking spaces,” aims to reduce traffic congestion by helping drivers find parking.
Loretta O'Donnell, Nazarbayev University, Kazakhstan
22 August 2019, The Pie News
Kazakhstan, like its Russian neighbour to the north, is currently on a mission to revamp its educational system and plug itself into the landscape of international higher ed. The PIE spoke with Loretta O’Donnell about how the industry is being swept up in the Central Asian nation’s push for reform and internationalisation.
Are Universities Undermining The Global Graduate Jobs Market?
Technological developments have completely changed the way we live and work in the form of the internet and its resultant communications revolution and, increasingly, artificial intelligence or AI. What are universities doing to prepare their students for this brave new world?