These figures track the development of the worst Ebola outbreak in history, and what it takes to stop it.
Asian companies lead the pack in terms of number of patents awarded for energy storage technologies.
South Korea’s first and only astronaut has resigned from her position at the Korea Aerospace Research Institute.
Yao Wang and Han Yilong have been awarded the Robert T. Poe Prize for their contributions to the physics of spin and materials physics respectively.
A round-up of our top stories in July 2014; spanning ancient fossils to cosmic rays and the most high profile retraction in recent years.
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China’s Rainbow Fish submersible has been designed to reach depths of 11,000 m, allowing it to explore the deepest known part of the ocean, Challenger Deep.
Dr. Wan Yue has been awarded the Branco Weiss Fellowship for her work using RNA to tackle antimicrobial resistance.
In recognition for his contributions to manufacturing technologies, NUS’ Professor Andrew Nee has been awarded the 2014 SME Gold Medal.
Singaporean scientists can now compete for grants, postdoctoral fellowships and career development awards under HFSP funding programs.