News file for: Asia
Boys in Asia show as high levels of self-regulation in girls, but not in the United States, says a new study.
A new report on global sustainable innovation and competitiveness raises concerns over the large gap that exists between various nations in the region.
Family planning is central to national economic development in Asia, writes Amy Tsui, Director of the Bill and Melinda Gates Institute of Population and Reproductive Health.
The Elsevier Foundation, OWSD and TWAS have opened their call for nominations for the 2014 Elsevier Foundation Awards.
An expert says that fresh estimates of the number of cases of dengue fever in South-East Asia and one country in South Asia are too low.
China may soon surpass Japan as the Asia-Pacific leader in research output, says a new report published today by the Nature Publishing Group.
The Asian Development Bank’s longest serving president, Haruhiko Kuroda, stepped down today after eight years at its helm.
Is it true that Australia punches above its weight in terms of global research? Merlin Crossley, Dean of Science at the University of New South Wales, discusses.
A new study suggests that the collision between India and Asia occurred only 40 million years ago – 10 million years later than previously thought.
A legally binding global treaty to curb mercury in the environment if fully implemented would eliminate most mercury use by 2020.