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Chinese Researcher Enters Internet Hall of Fame

Chinese Researcher Enters Internet Hall of Fame

Researcher Qian Hualin has been recognized by the Internet Society for his contributions to the web.

Ding Zhongli Appointed President Of CAS University

Ding Zhongli Appointed President Of CAS University

Academician Ding Zhongli has been named president of the University of the Chinese Academy of Sciences.

WHO Issues First Hepatitis C Guidelines

WHO Issues First Hepatitis C Guidelines

The recommendations include increasing hepatitis C screening, liver damage mitigation and how to select appropriate treatment for chronic infections.

Academy Medal Awarded To Outstanding Physicist

Academy Medal Awarded To Outstanding Physicist

Retired physicist Harry Messel has been recognized by the Australian Academy of Science for his contributions to science education.

Tsumoru Shintake Awarded German Physics Prize

Tsumoru Shintake Awarded German Physics Prize

This year’s Gersch Budker Prize goes to Professor Tsumoru Shintake of OIST for his work on the SACLA X-Ray Free Electron Laser.

Experts Discuss Latest In Hematology Research At Suntec Singapore

Experts Discuss Latest In Hematology Research At Suntec Singapore

Hematology experts gathered at Suntec Singapore from March 29-30, 2014 to discuss the latest in blood disorders research.

Nature Publishing Index 2013: China To Overtake Japan In 1-2 Years

Nature Publishing Index 2013: China To Overtake Japan In 1-2 Years

Japan remains the juggernaut in the Nature Publishing Index 2013 Asia Pacific.

First China-India Climate Change Study Released

First China-India Climate Change Study Released

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.

Japanese Astronauts To Drink Yakult In Space

Japanese Astronauts To Drink Yakult In Space

Yakult will go where no other probiotics drink has gone before – into outer space!

US$12 Million In Grants Awarded For Neglected Diseases

US$12 Million In Grants Awarded For Neglected Diseases

Japan’s Global Health Initiative Technology Fund has committed US$12 million in grants for neglected diseases and a potential tuberculosis vaccine.