Joel Pearson examines the science of memory, and how it relates to brain size.
Firms must fine-tune their corporate governance mechanisms to prevent unethical behaviour and take quick action once they are found, says Professor Cheng Qiang from the SMU School of Accountancy.
Professor Lim Ee Peng from the SMU School of Information Systems turns Twitter noise into useful and informative data.
SMU Professor Lim Kian Guan uses sophisticated mathematical tools to extract information out of options data and provide more accurate risk estimates.
Mutual and hedge funds manage trillions of dollars, but how should they be regulated? Assistant Professor Tang Yuehua seeks to understand how incentives and policies affect the performance of funds.
Wet silk could be used to conduct electricity, although scientists say that any absorbent material would have the same effect.
The inaugural Healthcare Meetings Forum Asia 2014 brought together organizers, regulators and sponsors to discuss how to run successful medical conferences in the region. Rebecca Tan reports from Suntec Singapore Convention and Exhibition Center.
Pallav Purohit looks at the range of measures the Indian government has put in place to boost the adoption of renewable energy.
The effectiveness of donor-driven solar projects is reduced by aid fragmentation and poor communication, study says.
As South-East Asia gears up to form a tighter economic community, states have much to gain from scientific input, says Joel D. Adriano.