After a seven year protracted battle, the Supreme Court of India has rejected a patent application by Swiss pharma giant Novartis for an updated version of its blockbuster drug.
In a new editorial published in Science magazine, its Editor-in-Chief, Bruce Alberts, discusses his concerns about the reduction in U.S. federal R&D investment in 2013.
On Thursday, the Supreme Court halted the implementation of the Philippines’ first reproductive health law, issuing a 120-day status quo ante to review court challenges.
Before the nuclear disaster at Fukushima on March 11, 2011, Asia was seen as the nuclear powerhouse of the future, but the situation has changed since then, writes Vlado Vivoda.
Antibiotics have provided a short-term advantage in the arms race against bacteria, but can we stay ahead? Zaria Gorvett discusses.
Philippine’s Davao city is fighting climate-related hazards by implementing a series of emergency response programs.
On International Women’s Day this year (March 8), The United Nations Population Fund focuses the spotlight on the problem of child marriages.
What can we in Asia learn from the horsemeat contamination scandal in Europe? David Tan discusses.
A new study in PNAS raises questions about the fundamental role of mice in biomedical research.
Nalanda University’s success will require the extended commitment of various government ministries and its international partners, writes Dr. Pushkar.