Articles By Juliana Chan
A new study reports that the 2009 pandemic H1N1 flu may have killed as many as half a million people around the world – much higher than the official 18,500 figure.
A secretive and exotic species of mosquito, found across much of Australia, has revealed a new twist on the insect’s famous ‘blood-sucking’ reputation.
It’s a double first for China as it launches its first woman astronaut into space to assist with the country’s first orbital docking. And they are just getting started.
The Asiatic pear genome has recently been sequenced by an international consortium of seven universities and institutions.
The government has to be more transparent in its policies and communicate them better to the public, says a Japanese scientist one year after the Fukushima nuclear plant accident.
Science policy makers in Asia must focus on innovation and cut out programs that don’t work, urged two science experts from Taiwan and Japan.
In fantastic news for all chocolate lovers around the world, researchers say that a daily dose of dark chocolate may lower the risk of stroke and heart attack over a ten-year period.
People with a curious condition that causes them to apply make-up on only one side of their face, or ignore food on half of their plate, are helping scientists to understand stroke recovery.
Genetic analysis on a mummified Korean child with relatively preserved organs has revealed a unique hepatitis B virus genotype C2 sequence common in Southeast Asia.
Scientists have discovered the existence of slow, creeping earthquakes deep beneath New Zealand’s Alpine Fault, which is regarded as the country’s most hazardous fault line.