Researchers are collaborating with 16 hospitals in Vietnam to strengthen national evidence-based control of antibiotic use in the country.
There is a healthy pipeline of cell therapies coming from Asia, says Mr. Kim Raineri, Business Director at Lonza Bioscience Singapore.
Dr. Pushkar, a faculty member at BITS Pilani-Goa, discusses the reasons that motivate students to take up engineering degrees in India.
Are the large sums of money invested into building prestigious space programs diverting funding from key areas such as health and education?
“I believe that these are exciting times for entrepreneurs, investors and Southeast Asia,” says Mr. Edgar Hardless, CEO of Singtel Innov8, at the recent InnovFest2013.
Family planning is central to national economic development in Asia, writes Amy Tsui, Director of the Bill and Melinda Gates Institute of Population and Reproductive Health.
In the upcoming elections, a political party representing science aims to retain its seat and continue to influence policy, reports Crispin Maslog.
Prof. Hartmut Michel calls for resources used in biofuel production to be used instead to harvest solar energy with photovoltaic cells.
During a recent visit to Singapore, Dr. Shinya Yamanaka candidly discussed his early career, what inspires him, and the challenges he faced leading up to the 2012 Nobel Prize.
The Indian Supreme Court ruling dismissing a patent application by Novartis for a new version of its leukemia drug raises five important points, writes Arvind Subramanian.