The ability to use hearts that have stopped beating could substantially increase the number of donor hearts available for transplants.
The Australian and Indian governments have set aside US$2.3 million to study how hospital interventions could help accident victims.
Science learning kits jointly developed by NTU and UNESCO aim to help students in developing nations get hands on experience.
The participation of citizen scientists could help complete a metagenomics project in months instead of the 40,000 years required for a single PC.
All India Institute of Medical Sciences and Osaka University in India and Japan respectively have signed an agreement to co-develop novel and affordable medical devices.
The ARC Center of Excellence in Advanced Molecular Imaging will help to answer how single molecules function in the context of immune cells.
Two neuroscientists have been awarded this year’s Keio Medical Science Prize: Professors Hiroshi Hamada and Karl Deisseroth.
The new Center of Excellence aims to turn Singapore into a “living lab”, using analytics and computational social sciences to develop solutions that address urban challenges
Japan features heavily in September’s top stories, with the first iPS transplant, an unexpected dengue outbreak and prize winning immunologists. But watch out for India too!
Hankyoreh newspaper has been awarded the Moon-Sul Chung award for their science-based coverage of the Sewol ferry tragedy.