The users of Bentley’s ProjectWise, a project collaboration and information software developed for the design and construction of architecture, engineering, construction, and operations of infrastructure projects, are set to increase opera
The World Innovation Summit for Education (WISE), an international, multi-sectoral platform, has started the selection for the 2015 WISE Prize for Education with an invitation for nominations.
Submissions must be made through the
More than 1,500 innovators, including educational thinkers and practitioners, representatives of governments, NGOs, business leaders and social entrepreneurs, are set to take part in a leading education event in Qatar from today (November 4).
The World Innovation Summit for Education (WISE) has launched a digital service on its website to enable the global education community to stay informed on the latest developments in the field.
The visitors to
The World Innovation Summit for Education (WISE), a Qatar-based initiative, is inviting the world’s most innovative projects in education to apply for the 2013 WISE Awards.
Finalists and winning projects of the WISE Awards d
Sheikha Moza bint Nasser, wife of the Emir of Qatar, has launched a global initiative aimed at bringing primary education to all the world’s children at the ongoing World Innovation Summit on Education (WISE) in Doha.
Sir Fazle Hasan Abed from Bangladesh has been awarded the first WISE Prize for Education in recognition of his 40-year career dedicated to alleviating poverty through education.
A specially designed gold medal, bearing the word “education
Nominations for the $500,000 Wise Prize for Education will be accepted by the Qatar Foundation from February 1 to April 30, 2011.
The prize was one of the outcomes of the World Innovation Summit for Education (Wise) 2010 Summit, held in D
Over 1,200 delegates discussed how best to address and overcome challenges facing education systems and such difficulties at a recent global summit in Doha.
“Business as usual is not working. Aid disbursements to basic education have stopp
A total of 1,250 delegates from more than 100 countries will consider ways to raise the status of education on the global agenda at a summit that will open tomorrow (December 7) in Doha.
The second World Innovation Summit for Education – W