China may soon surpass Japan as the Asia-Pacific leader in research output, says a new report published today by the Nature Publishing Group.
Sri Lanka plans to boost its science, technology and innovation (STI) strategy through a newly created, state-funded organization.
A shortage of good science teachers and low salaries may affect the progress of the new K-12 curriculum, say Filipino educators and leaders.
Will a substantially increase in higher education spending revive India’s higher education sector? Dr. Pushkar discusses.
Many countries in Southeast Asia are finding it difficult to pay for the expansion of their higher education sector, writes Bruce Chapman.
In the first gender benchmarking study of its kind, researchers have found that the number of women in scientific fields is alarmingly low in countries such as South Korea and India.
A new collaboration between Sun Yat-sen University and Johns Hopkins Medicine International sets the stage for the training of clinical investigators in China.
Is it true that Australia punches above its weight in terms of global research? Merlin Crossley, Dean of Science at the University of New South Wales, discusses.
India has hiked funds for its ministry of science and technology by 20 percent in its 2013-14 annual budget.
16-year-old English students are nearly two years behind their East Asian counterparts in math, says a new study by University of London.