Intended to facilitate collaborations between researchers and clinicians, the institute will tackle neurological problems likely to face Singapore’s aging population.
Under the proposed program, Korean scientists will gain grants and priority access to AstraZeneca compounds for testing.
Decoupling race and ethnicity from achievement could give young Asian Americans more freedom in choosing careers, a new study suggests.
How do students cope with stress, and how can universities better help them? Prof Chua Wai Fong of the University of New South Wales shares her thoughts.
An inaugural international conference on translational medicine was hosted by Newcastle University Medicine Malaysia last week.
Academician Wang Yu has been appointed Vice President (Division of Mathematics and Physical Sciences) of Academia Sinica.
There is a lack of societal pressure on Indian political parties to address higher education issues, writes Prof. Pushkar of BITS Pilani Goa Campus.
Five chemists from Indonesia, Jamaica, Nigeria, Uzbekistan and Yemen have won at the second Elsevier Foundation Awards for Early Career Women Scientists in the Developing World.
Dr Shu Li from the Chinese Academy of Sciences has won the annual Wiley-IPCAS prize for excellence in Chinese psychological science.
With only 20 percent enrollment in higher education, India remains near the bottom of global standards, writes Professor Ranjit Goswami.