As the population density rises in Singapore, Juliana Chan writes that fertility rates will likely take an even deeper plunge.
Coral abundance around mainland China and Hainan Island has declined by at least 80 percent over the past 30 years. Can anything be done to stop this trend?
At the Global Young Scientist Summit 2013, a panel of Nobel laureates from various disciplines discussed the difficulties of multidisciplinary research.
As the Global Young Scientists Summit wraps up on Friday, I hope that the 280 attendees will have renewed confidence that it is OK to fail at something they love doing.
Speaking at the inaugural Global Young Scientists Summit 2013 in Singapore, Nobel Laureate Dr. Sydney Brenner says that we should all study humans in a dish.
In Part II of our interview with A*STAR’s chief scientist, Prof. Sir David Lane, we discuss Cyclacel, A*STAR, and Singapore’s R&D landscape.
Asian Scientist Magazine catches up with A*STAR’s chief scientist, Prof. Sir David Lane, to discuss his recent win of the 2012 Cancer Research UK Lifetime Achievement Award.
In a special Vietnamese school near Hanoi, over 100 children and 40 war veterans – all Agent Orange survivors – are undergoing vocational training.
Here are the top ten facts about natural disasters in Asia in 2012, based on data released by the UNISDR and CRED on December 11.
Rogue stem cell treatments in recent news are casting a bad light on the whole field, writes David Tan.