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Athar Osama et al Publish in Journal Nature on Higher Education Reforms

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Published in STEP Blog by Dr. Sohaib Khan – Sept 3, 2009 “Massive funding for Pakistan’s ailing universities holds many lessons for other developing nations”, states the editorial of this week’s edition of Nature, published today. Nature, which is one of the most respected scientific journal, highlights the successes of Pakistan’s higher education reforms initiated […]

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Interview with STEP: Nature’s Coverage of Higher Education Reform in Pakistan: A Conversation with Athar Osama

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Dr. Athar Osama is a public policy researcher with specialization in science and innovation policy and a visiting fellow at Pardee Centre for the Study of Long Range Global Future at Boston University. He is the lead author of the article “Pakistan’s Reform Experiment” in this week’s issue of Nature (Sept. 3, 2009), which is […]

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Woodrow Wilson Center publishes paper on Government Venture Capital

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Washington Goes to Sand Hill Road: The Federal Government Forays into Venture Capital Industry By Dr. Athar Osama Published by Technology and Foresight Project of Woodrow Wilson Center for International Scholars Wilson Center Press Release: Renewed interest in federal support for high-risk, high-reward research and development requires a re-evaluation of federal venture capital programs, concludes […]

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Boston University Publishes Paper on South-South Research Collaboration

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Fostering South – South Research Collaborations By: Athar Osama Published by Pardee Center for the Study of Long Range Global Policy, Boston University Boston University Press Release: This policy brief reviews the state of research collaborations between and amongst developing country scholars – South-South research collaborations and develops a rationale for a more systematic and […]

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