The bachelor of engineering (honours) in robotics technologies degree offered by the UK’s University of Plymouth is structured to move learners gradually from a taught-based approach in the first two years to a project-based approach in the final year to encourage and enable students to develop a self-motivated learning attitude and self-management skills such as working effectively under time and resource constraints. … [Read more...] about MDIS Partners with University of Plymouth, UK, to offer New Industry 4.0 Degree in Robotics Technology
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Philippines issues statement on China's sinking of Vietnamese fishing vessel The Philippine Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) on April 8 issued a statement expressing its deep concern over a China coast guard ship’s hitting and sinking of a Vietnamese fishing vessel in the East Sea. … [Read more...] about US voices concern over China’s sinking of Vietnamese fishing vessel in East Sea
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