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Professor Rabbani: A physicist and his patent-free medical inventions for the Global South

Back in the 1980s when Professor Siddique-e-Rabbani began to invent inexpensive alternatives to highly expensive medical equipment for poor countries like Bangladesh, the usage of the word 'startup' to describe a 'budding company' had just been started by the Forbes...
Bangladeshi engineer Bashima named in Forbes 30 under 30 list

Bangladeshi engineer Bashima named in Forbes 30 under 30 list

Bashima Islam, an engineer from Bangladesh, has been named in the Forbes 30 under 30 list 2022 under the science category. "Islam, an incoming assistant professor at Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI), is engineering the next generation of internet of things [IoT]...

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Bangladeshi water engineer in top 2% of the world scientists

Bangladeshi water engineer in top 2% of the world scientists

Bangladeshi born water engineer Prof. Ataur Rahman of Western Sydney University, Australia has recently been included in the top 2% of world scientists. This list has been prepared by Stanford University by analysing publication data like number of publications,...

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A Student Entrepreneur’s Journey into the Aquaculture World

A Student Entrepreneur’s Journey into the Aquaculture World

Growing up, I was surrounded by men who worked in the fisheries and aquaculture sector. My grandfather, my father, all devoted their lives to farming different types of fish for a living. That’s why, from my childhood, I was intrigued by the world of fish and wanted...

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Life of a rare entrepreneur on web

Life of a rare entrepreneur on web

Transcom Group's late chairman Latifur Rahman is a symbol of ethical business in the business arena of Bangladesh. Everyone recalls Latifur Rahman a man of principles and an entrepreneur of ethics. The website (www.latifurrahman.com) is an archive about the life,...

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Team Bangladesh 8th in World Economics Cup

Team Bangladesh 8th in World Economics Cup

Bangladeshi high school students shine bright in World Economics Cup 2021 A six-member Bangladeshi team has ranked 8th in the World Economics Cup (WEC) 2021 held in China. The team comprised high school students from various schools of the country who competed against...

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