The World Bank and Singapore today signed an agreement launching a new hub to boost support for developing countries in the region.
IMRE researchers have put Singapore into the Guinness Book of World Records by successfully demonstrating the world’s smallest fully controlled rotation of a molecule-sized gear.
A nearly $30 million USAID grant will underwrite a five-year WWF-Nepal program to protect critical forests and forest dependent communities in Nepal.
India’s reprocessing and enrichment capacities will be increased multifold, said Srikumar Banerjee at the annual graduation function of the Bhabha Atomic Research Center (BARC) training school.
The Malaysian Cabinet has decided to accede to the 1959 Antarctic Treaty, a move which is expected to boost the country’s current scientific research efforts on the continent to a whole new level.
The UN predicts a possible major resurgence of the H5N1 avian influenza strain, amid signs that a mutant H5N1-188.8.131.52 strain is spreading throughout Asia and beyond.
Schools of a rare type of freshwater jellyfish the size of a human fingernail have been spotted in a river in south China’s Guangxi Province, reports Xinhua News.
In the next month, the first IIT-made satellite called Jugnu will be launched simultaneously with SRM University’s SRMSAT on the Indo-French Megha-Tropiques satellite.
The Forgotten Cancers Project launched yesterday by the Cancer Council Victoria hopes to understand the causes of less common and under-researched cancers.
The Australian Defense Science and Technology Organization has announced US$13.7 million in R&D funding for projects involving helicopters, objects in space, sonar analysis, and solar energy.