Turkish Harvard graduate accepted to Oxford

A Turkish student, who recently graduated from Harvard University after earning a scholarship in 2018, has now been accepted into an Oxford University master's program.

In 2018, Harvard University accepted Uluç Kadıoğlu with a scholarship for his study on microscopic worms showing that the use of diabetes and heart medication together increases the risk of cancer.

Istanbul Bilgi University to host archaeology professor

CAMMA "Thursday Talks," organized by Istanbul Bilgi University Cultural Management Master Program (CAMMA) and Cultural Policy and Management Research Center (KPY), will host Professor Ian Hodder, the former director of the Çatalhöyük Research Project and a pioneer of post-processualism theory in archaeology, on June 2.

Bulgaria is Investing BGN 170 million for Artificial Intelligence

Over the next 10 years, the Bulgarian state will invest BGN 170 million in the first of its kind in Eastern Europe Institute of Computer Science, Artificial Intelligence and Technology INSAIT. It was established in partnership between Sofia University "St. Kliment Ohridski" and two of the leading technological universities in the world - the Swiss ETH Zurich and EPFL.

Nigeria returns two looted treasures to traditional palace

Nigeria's government has handed over two bronze treasures to a traditional royal palace in part of a series of restorations of artifacts looted during colonial times.

In a ceremony accompanied by songs, drums and dancers on Saturday, a bronze cockrell and a king's bust were given to King Uku Akpolokpolor Ewuare II, one of the traditional rulers in Africa's most populous country.