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.
University of Sydney’s Prof. Vucetic has been given the Friendship Award for her “enthusiastic support for China’s construction and friendly co-operation.”
Team Hakuto has released the specifications for their entry in the Google Lunar XPRIZE competition, two moon rovers named “Moonraker” and “Tetris”.
Three Japanese Scientists have been awarded the Nobel Prize in Physics 2014 for their contributions to the development of blue LED lights.
The STS Forum 2014 in Kyoto, Japan will join scientists and politicians in discussions of science in society.
Singapore’s NTU has started international consortium, called I-Comp Sports, to develop new materials for sporting goods.
Professor Tadashi Yamamoto of OIST has received a prestigious research award from the Japanese Cancer Association.
The Rehabilitation Research Institute of Singapore has been jointly established by NTU, A*STAR and NHG.