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.
A startling new finding that acid treatment can create stem cells has come under intense scrutiny by the scientific community.
Grassroots innovations could help India’s economic development, scientists say.
The United States’ leadership in science and technology was chipped away by Asian nations during the last decade, according to a new NSF report.
Here are seven must-read stories from the January 2014 issue of Asian Scientist Magazine.
The Asian Scientist Magazine team wishes our readers a happy and prosperous Chinese New Year!
The Chinese Academies of Sciences and Engineering have selected the top 10 domestic and international science news stories from 2013.