Asian universities strive to become leading global research centres of excellence, they face a number of local and international issues and challenges. Very few will make the grade in terms of advancing knowledge, delivering outstanding graduates, and creating new technologies and industries to drive economic development in the region. At the February 2008 Singapore Management University Distinguished Presidential Lecture, Dr Suh Nam Pyo – previously at MIT for over three decades and currently president of the Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST) -- outlined his own institution’s efforts to excel as a 21st century research university.
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