Scientists from Nanyang Technological University and the Harbin Institute of Technology have made it to this year’s list of most influential scientists by Thomson Reuters.
Accenture, AGT International, Airbus Defence and Space, NCS and NEC unveiled their safe city solutions at the World Cities Summit 2014.
Six 2014 Shaw Prize winners have been recognized for their contributions to astronomy, life science & medicine and mathematics.
GSK will continue to offer vaccines at discounted prices for up to five years after graduation away from GAVI Alliance support.
The Chinese Academy of Sciences and the National Natural Science Foundation of China will require research articles to be deposited into open access repositories.
The Edison Achievement Award recognizes CEO Yang Yuanqing for driving technological innovation through Lenovo.
Dr. Bai Chunli, a nanotechnology pioneer and president of the CAS, has been elected to the Royal Society.
The first WHO report on antibiotic resistance provides a comprehensive picture of the problem to date, with data from 114 countries.
Dentists, dental manufacturers and academics gathered to discuss the latest developments in dental practice at IDEM Singapore 2014, held at Suntec Singapore Convention and Exhibition Center.
Physicist Michelle Simmons has been elected to the American Academy of Arts and Sciences for her contributions to quantum computing.