Under the terms of the agreement, Thermo Fisher will issue research grants and fund a symposium to foster scientific collaboration.
Australian National University Press has published a compendium on science that aims to inspire science aficionados – for free.
The University of Melbourne-Peking University Center for Psychiatric Research and Training builds on existing collaborations between the two institutions and will also engage in postgraduate training.
China’s new underground neutrino laboratory project will help scientists better understand the neutrino mass hierarchy.
The 2014 International Congress of Mathematicians will be held in Seoul, Korea and feature Asian mathematical research.
East Asian countries take the top seven spots in the first OECD PISA assessment of creative problem solving.
The new international joint effort between Agilent and NUS aims to develop the world’s first integrated systems biology database for different races and ethnicities.
Already in it’s 16th year, this year’s UNESCO-L’Oréal award for women in science honors Singapore’s Dr Li Jingmei among 14 other winners.
The appointment of Monash’s Yu Aibing to the Monash University-Southeast University Joint Research Institute deepens the collaboration between Australia and China.
Intended to facilitate collaborations between researchers and clinicians, the institute will tackle neurological problems likely to face Singapore’s aging population.