Articles By Tang Yew Chung
Scientists have developed the first practical method of creating the active component of a Chinese folk medicine that is used in the treatment of Alzheimer’s disease.
Researchers have created a new, super-dense version of aluminium that could lead to efficient production of new super-hard nanomaterials at a relatively low cost.
Researchers will launch New Zealand’s first-ever comprehensive survey to investigate whether occupational exposures may increase the risk of developing motor-neurone disease.
Chinese scientists have discovered that ADHD and other neuropsychiatric disorders may be caused by the abnormal function of a diarrhea-causing enterotoxin receptor.
Scientists at the University of Auckland in New Zealand have designed a new compound that starves certain cancer cells of glucose, depriving them of energy and causing them to die.
A Taiwanese physicist, Dr. Chih-Yuan Lu, has been selected to receive the 2012 IEEE Frederik Philips Award by the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE).
Researchers in Singapore have found that stomach tumors can be classified into two distinct disease variants that respond differently to chemotherapy.
A new statistical method to forecast fertility rates around the world predicts an unexpected rebound in countries with low fertility rates.
Scientists at BGI have developed a novel whole-genome de novo assembly strategy to map structural variations in individual human genomes.
A new miniature frog species has been discovered in the Pilbara region of Western Australia, an area previously thought to support very few of the amphibians.