KAIST’s Professor Oh Ilkwon has been named this year’s winner of the Energy Technology Innovation Award.
Japan’s first dengue outbreak in 70 years underscores the rising impact of mosquito-borne diseases as global temperatures rise.
Japan and Korea have come out tops in the new Creativity Productivity Index, which focuses on how countries turn creative inputs into innovative outputs.
Song Kiseok has been awarded the 2014 Marconi Society Paul Baran Young Scholar Award.
Australians celebrated the best of homegrown science at the 25th Australian Museum Eureka Prize gala dinner.
Japanese researchers have developed a way to diagnose Ebola in 30 minutes and without expensive equipment.
Three Japanese scientists have been awarded the 2014-2016 Wagner-Torizuka Fellowship worth US$48,000 each.
The ALS Ice Bucket Challenge has raised over US$100 million in donations so far. But what is the Ice Bucket Challenge, and what is ALS?
From instant noodles to indoor-grown vegetables, the moon’s surprisingly warm core and the resignation of South Korea’s only astronaut, here’s a round up of August’s coolest science news.
Vaxxas has been recognized as a visionary technology company by the World Economic Forum for their needle-free vaccine technology.