Tomoko Steen

Working as a Senior Research Specialist at the Library of Congress to do legislative research help for the US Congress and other researchers in the world.   Focused areas are: Asian S&T Policy, Genetics, Pharmacology, and Epidemiology.   I also teach Japanese Science Policy and its history as an Adjunct Faculty at Johns Hopkins University. I also serve as an Associate Editor for the Journal of Heredity (Oxford University Press), and run committee on East Asian STM to link world...



Judit Hidasi

Judit HIDASI (PhD in Applied Linguistics) has been active in intercultural communication – both in education and training - for two decades. Fluent in English, German, Hungarian, Japanese and Russian, she has spent longer periods of study, research and work in the Soviet Union (Leningrad), in Japan, in Great Britain, in Italy and in China. She has been lecturing on intercultural business, communication and international relations at universities world over. Her training expertise is...



Dennis McNamara

Dennis McNamara is the Special Assistant to the President at Georgetown University for China Affairs, and the Park Professor of Sociology and Korean Studies. Since receiving his Ph.D. in Sociology from Harvard University, he has published extensively on the political economy of East Asian society. He has been awarded numerous Fulbright and Fulbright-Hays fellowships, as well as a National Science Foundation Fellowship. He serves as a member of the Council of Foreign Relations in New York, and...



SHRUTI SHARMA

  I believe in energy follows passion. When I started my life in the Department of Metallurgical Engineering and Materials Science in IIT Bombay, I was fascinated by the role, importance and indulgence of materials in all walks of life. This lead me into exploring the world of materials desperately  through various experimental projects. Having done work in varied areas like Crystallographic phenomenon, Cartilage tissue Engineering, Friction Welding and Treatment of Cancer using Gold...



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