Cyber security is like an immune system: you don’t get stronger by completely shielding yourself from any germs, says Mr. Joichi Ito, director of the MIT Media Lab.
If you manage to coax them out of the lab, do remember that scientists may not see movies the same way you do.
Instead of turning to Wikipedia, why not take a trip to the Human Body Experience at the Science Center Singapore to answer all those burning questions about how the body works?
While scientists may sometimes see basic and applied research as two opposing ends of the spectrum, combining the two has been beneficial, share A*STAR’s top leaders.
As seen in the case of Tamiflu, better ways of dealing with conflicts of interest are needed, write Adam Dunn and Florence Bourgeois.
Imagine a world where we no longer need blood donors, says Professor Shinya Yamanaka, Nobel laureate and inventor of induced pluripotent stem cell technology.
What on earth is ethos and why is it important for scientists? Two papers in PNAS shed some light.
New medical technologies could benefit patients, but adoption should always be tempered by cost concerns, said Dr. Ruben Flores at Medical Fair Asia 2014.
Those who are curious about a topic will not only want to know more, but will also remember more.
How does an economy stay healthy and keep on growing? SMU Professor Hoon Hian Teck takes a macroeconomics approach to address these questions.