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.
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The Chinese Academies of Sciences and Engineering have selected the top 10 domestic and international science news stories from 2013.
Hundreds of cardiologists gathered at AsiaPCR/SingLIVE 2014, a three-day medical conference covering the latest in interventional cardiology.
13 Nobel laureates and winners of the Millennium Technology Prize, Fields Medal and IEEE Medal of Honor will mentor and inspire 350 young scientists at the Global Young Scientists Summit 2014.
Tripling tobacco tax globally would prevent 200 million premature deaths this century from lung cancer and other diseases, researchers say.
A new report in the New England Journal of Medicine reveals that Asia’s share of R&D spending grew from 18 percent to 24 percent from 2007 to 2012.