News file for: Academia Sinica
A collaboration between Taiwan and Mexico aims to build a new observatory in California that will study the Solar System beyond Neptune.
An eight gene ‘signature’ can predict length of relapse-free survival after chemotherapy, according to new research from Taiwan.
Researchers have discovered an aging blue supergiant star located far beyond our Milky Way Galaxy in the constellation Virgo.
A large international study has identified more than 80 genetic markers for cancer risk, but researchers suggest that this is just the tip of the iceberg.
Chia-Chiao Lin, an Institute Professor Emeritus at MIT who played a pivotal role in the development of applied mathematics both in the United States and in China, died Sunday in Beijing.
EMBO, EMBC, and the National Science Council of Taiwan have signed an agreement pledging to increase scientific interaction among their members.
Science policy makers in Asia must focus on innovation and cut out programs that don’t work, urged two science experts from Taiwan and Japan.
Nikkei Inc.’s 2012 Nikkei Asia Prizes have been awarded to Taiwanese biochemist Chi-Huey Wong, Chinese environmental activist Yang Yong, and Sybil Wettasinghe, a Sri Lankan writer and illustrator.
An international team of astronomers has caught a galaxy in the act of destroying its gaseous fuel for new stars, rendering the galaxy truly red and dead.
Academia Sinica’s Dr. Chao-Han Liu has been elected to the U.S. National Academy of Engineering for his contributions to ionospheric research and atmospheric remote sensing.