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Khyentse Foundation Launches Goodman Lecture Series
New series will make the latest research accessible to the public
Uploaded 3 Jun 2021
Dalai Lama Holds Dialogue with Russian Scientists on Research into Buddhist <I>Thukdam</I> Meditation
Researchers explore the nature of meditation and consciousness after death
Uploaded 10 May 2021
Researchers Uncover Hidden History in China’s Ancient Dunhuang Caves
Researchers analyze pigments and writing styles to date artwork
Uploaded 5 Jan 2021
DNA Evidence Confirms That Buddhist Cave in Tibet Was Home to a Mysterious Human Ancestor
New research confirms human habitation of the Tibetan Plateau 160,000 years ago
Uploaded 11 Nov 2020
Ancient Buddhist Statues Come Back to Life Thanks to University of Chicago Researchers
Ancient Gandharan statues were destroyed by the Taliban
Uploaded 10 Jan 2020
Art Gallery of Greater Victoria to Host Research and Exhibition Project on Contemporary Buddhist Art
Exploring Buddhism's impact on art from the 1950s to the present
Uploaded 18 Oct 2019
India and US Exploring Alternatives to Animal Testing in Biomedical Research
India and US take steps to serious transition away from animal testing
Uploaded 3 Oct 2019
Study: Himalayan Conservation Zones Could Offer Hope for Endangered Tiger Populations
Researchers identify high-altitude tiger habitats
Uploaded 11 Sep 2019
Korean Monks, Researchers Visit Buddhist Sites in Pakistan
Delegation seeks to strengthen cultural ties between Korea and Pakistan
Uploaded 30 Aug 2019
Inspired by the Dalai Lama, Billionaire T. Denny Sanford Donates US$100m for Compassion Research
New center founded by the gift will study the biological basis of compassion
Uploaded 29 Jul 2019
New British Study Points to Efficacy of Mindfulness Training among Medical Students
Research subjects report far-reaching benefits from mindfulness-based therapy
Uploaded 12 Mar 2019
Mindfulness Trials Rolled Out at Hundreds of Schools in England
Researchers aim to equip students with tools to manage mental well-being
Uploaded 20 Feb 2019
Researchers Find Earliest Evidence of Human Activity on Tibetan Plateau
The stone tools date back to 30,000–40,000 years ago, suggestion human presence on the plateau at least 15,000 years earlier than was previously thought
Uploaded 11 Dec 2018
Buddhist Kingdom of Bhutan Convenes International Vajrayana Conference
Conference a platform for researchers and practitioners to preserve and promote Vajrayana Buddhism
Uploaded 28 Mar 2018
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