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  • Brac University students made Automated Underwater Vehicle

    Brac students make wonder, again

    Brac University students have made it to the finals of an international underwater rover competition with a low-budget and self-made autonomous underwater vehicle ‘Duburi’.

  • Rise High Bangladesh at BRAC University

    With the goal of inspiring the young generation to contribute to the country’s progress through generating innovative export ideas, the season 2 of the contest 'Rise High Bangladesh' reaches BRAC University on September 26, 2017.

  • Wisdom finally dawns on all

    The week-long standoff at Brac University seems to have ended as university authorities met most of the students' demands.

  • Brac University teacher’s termination withdrawn

    Amid protest of students, the authorities of Brac University withdraw the termination of law department lecturer Farhaan Uddin Ahmed.

  • Brac University cancels classes amid protest

    Brac University has cancelled all classes till tomorrow amid protests of the students following the allegations of assault on a teacher, who was said to have been manhandled by authorities.

  • BRAC University: Students protest 'assault' on teacher

    Brac University students took to the streets for the second consecutive day yesterday, protesting an alleged assault on a teacher of law

  • Brac University students continue protest

    Brac University students take to the streets for the second consecutive day over the alleged assault on a teacher of the privately-run university.

  • Country's first nano satellite in orbit

    Brac Onnesha, the country's first nano-satellite developed by three Brac University students with the use of Japanese technology, began orbiting the earth yesterday.

  • Brac nano-satellite launched into space

    Brac Onnesha, the first nano-satellite made by a Bangladeshi university, is launched into the space from Kennedy Space Center in USA.

  • [WATCH] Brac’s nanosat to hit orbit in May

    Brac Onnesha, the first nano-satellite of Bangladesh, is going to hit in low earth orbit soon in May this year.

  • Nanosat to be in orbit mid 2017

    Courtesy of Brac University, Bangladesh's first footprint in space could happen with a small satellite launched into low earth orbit some time in the middle of next year.

  • Development economist Dr Mahbub Hossain no more

    Renowned agricultural and development economist Dr Mahbub Hossain has died at Cleveland clinic in Ohio State at the age of 71.

  • D-Force: Freelance Employment Opportunities for Students

    Daraz Bangladesh Ltd held an interactive session titled, “The future of e-commerce – presenting opportunities for BRAC University” at BRAC University auditorium on November 9.

  • VAT protest on, key Dhaka roads blocked again

    Students continue their protest against 7.5 percent VAT on private universities’ tuition fees and blocked some key roads in Dhaka again.

  • VAT protesters lift road blockade for today

    Private university students protesting VAT on “tuition fees” call off their demonstrations in Dhaka for today.

  • Daylong traffic chaos stops Dhaka

    Dhaka city dwellers suffer immensely as the agitating students blocked several key points in Rampura, Mohakhali, Baridhara, Dhanmondi and other areas causing severe traffic congestion in the capital.

  • Dhaka-Aricha highway blocked in anti-VAT demo

    Agitating private university students have blockaded Dhaka-Aricha highway in Savar in continued demonstration against the 7.5 percent VAT.

  • Anyone can build robot (video)

    Young scientists at BRAC University Robotics Club aspire to come up with many innovative projects with their robots.

  • Shayera’s Obituary: Brilliant, but all too brief

    The Daily Star pays a final tribute to Shayera Moula, a vibrant and intelligent young journalist who had been with the newspaper since the age of 15, passing away on May 29 at the age of 29. Rest in peace, Shayera.

  • Violence against women and children

    A study by Brac University's School of Law has found that between 2009 and 2014, the overall conviction rate under the Women and Children Repression Prevention Act 2000 in three district tribunals, including one in Dhaka, was only 0.86 percent.

  • UC Berkeley first to have Bangladesh studies centre

    Improving garment-industry safety, designing apps to solve social problems and gathering data on antibiotic-resistant bacteria found on fruits and vegetables: These are among the innovative research projects made possible by UC Berkeley’s new Subir & Malini Chowdhury Centre for Bangladesh Studies