This year’s Meiji Life Science Award goes to Professor Xie Xin from the Shanghai Institute of Materia Medica.
Ten young innovators have made it to EmTech Singapore’s Innovators Under 35 list, selected from over 100 applicants from Asia and Australasia.
The Science Center steering committee will reach out to the public for ideas to help make science accessible to all.
The Chinese Academy of Sciences’ Professor Lin Jinsong has been awarded the Ho Leung Ho Lee Science and Technology Innovation Award.
The inaugural Women in Engineering, Science, and Technology Symposium held on November 7, 2014 is aimed at attracting women to science and engineering careers.
Scientists from China, Taiwan, India and Malaysia have been recognized for their work with the 2014 TWAS Prizes.
The inaugural Tsinghua University Press-Springer Nano Research Award has been given to Professor Charles M. Lieber.
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The 2014 Tetrahedron Prize goes to “two of the most creative and influential synthetic organic chemists of our time”, Professors Jiro Tsuji and Barry Trost.
The ability to use hearts that have stopped beating could substantially increase the number of donor hearts available for transplants.