Colette Browning, Professor of Healthy Aging at Monash University, writes about the Happy Life Club, a chronic illness management system that she is leading with colleagues at Peking University.
Asian Scientist Magazine speaks to John Wood, founder of Room To Read, a remarkable social entrepreneur who has built more than 13,000 libraries to improve literacy in the developing world.
Asia is moving into an era of unprecedented urbanization, a change bringing prosperity and problems. Here are 12 facts and figures from the Asian Development Bank about the rise of the city.
An NGO-government partnership in the Philippines has improved access to treatment for pediatric cancer, a leading cause of death in children aged 1-14, according to the Department of Health.
Even though public health experts recognize how deadly asbestos can be, its use is on the rise in the construction industry throughout Asia, according to the U.S. Geological Survey.
Asian Scientist Magazine follows Crittercam inventor and National Geographic scientist Greg Marshall as he tags macaque monkeys at Singapore’s Bukit Timah Nature Reserve.
Prof. James Goff of the University of New South Wales says that we need to figure out when is the next tsunami going to happen, how big will it be, and where will it come from.
Prof. Leonhard Bernold at the University of New South Wales discusses whether we have the technological know-how to colonize the moon.
Dr. Sania Nishtar discusses the need for tighter drug regulation in Pakistan after the deaths of 150 people from a faulty cardiovascular drug prescription.
At the recent A*STAR-NHMRC joint symposium, Asian Scientist Magazine sat down for a chat with Prof. Warwick Anderson, CEO of Australia’s National Health and Medical Research Council.