A project to encourage insect farming is underway in Laos, however, it remains to be seen whether insect-eating will take off globally.
What is the history of science and why does it matter? John van Wyhe explains.
Turning plastic waste into bricks could help to both reduce landfills as well as make homes more rain-resistant.
The China-US deal at the recent APEC meeting could pave the way for a global deal at the UN climate summit in 2015.
SMU Assistant Professor Holly Yang studies corporate disclosures, a practice whereby companies provide earnings forecasts to guide investors and stock market analysts.
Assistant Professor Cheng Shih-Fen of the SMU School of Information Systems builds agent-based models to better understand complex systems and optimise their performances.
Associate Professor Angela Leung at the SMU School of Social Sciences finds that multicultural experience is a useful lens through which to analyse creative performance.
Professor Don Ferrin at SMU Lee Kong Chian School of Business studies the factors influencing trust in organisations and what happens when that trust is damaged.
Prof. Pushkar shares why he believes that Ashoka University could become one of Asia’s best in just ten years.
A double-blind clinical trial may be the gold standard, but are there situations where it would not be ethical?