The Einstein Project aims at helping North Koreans via a holistic vocational training program and/or curriculum development research.
Tailored to needs and demands of North Koreans, the Project will be targeted at North Koreans whose job is blocked by lack of access to vocational training, information, networks, and teaching materials by experts with minimum 10 years experience of teaching and research at the university or vocational schools.
NEED FOR THE INNOVATIONS OF VOCATIONAL TRAINING SYSTEM FOR NORTH KOREA:
1. Vocational training for North Korea is not only a necessity for encouraging reform in the present but will also be of utmost importance to the country once it completely opens up to the rest of the world. It is at this time that North Korea will be in need of much assistance and have greater opportunities for engagement and exchange with other nations than any other time in its history…
There are two main objectives of the PROJECT.
First, to identify the mechanisms underlying the initiation, progression and the clinical consequences of traffic noise, an emerging cardiovascular risk factor, and additive effects with air pollution. Second, to investigate policy strategies to tackle Northeast Asia’s growing environmental crisis.
To reach the aim of the project, we propose the following work plan:
1. To identify mechanisms behind noise-induced vascular and cerebral damage
2. To investigate potential synergistic effects of traffic noise and particulate matter
3. To reveal in translational experimental studies the effects of noise on healthy subjects…