This year’s Gersch Budker Prize goes to Professor Tsumoru Shintake of OIST for his work on the SACLA X-Ray Free Electron Laser.
Hematology experts gathered at Suntec Singapore from March 29-30, 2014 to discuss the latest in blood disorders research.
Japan remains the juggernaut in the Nature Publishing Index 2013 Asia Pacific.
China and India, two of the top three carbon emitters in the world, have released a joint report on the practical measures that can be taken to address climate change.
Yakult will go where no other probiotics drink has gone before – into outer space!
Japan’s Global Health Initiative Technology Fund has committed US$12 million in grants for neglected diseases and a potential tuberculosis vaccine.
The Young Scientist Forum organized by Agilent Technologies will take place at the University of Melbourne on March 28 and Biopolis Singapore on April 29.
Building on five years of partnership, China and the UK have committed US$33 million to research in low carbon solutions.
The satellite launched by the Japanese space agency will provide detailed weather information and aid in the prediction of rain and snowfall.
A global initiative was launched last month to accelerate progress toward a world safe and secure from the threat of infectious disease.