News file for: Cambodia
Research and innovation in ASEAN has not kept pace with economic growth the region has enjoyed, writes Crispin Maslog.
The eighth new snake to be discovered in the Cardamom Mountains of Phnom Penh, Lycodon zoosvictoriae has a unique coloration that allows it to blend in seamlessly with its environment.
The efforts of C. hansenae in caring for their young prevent the eggs from drying out and could act as a buffer against environmental pressures.
Although malaria deaths and diagnoses have declined, a worrying drug-resistance is emerging in Southeast Asia.
With increased urbanization and air travel, Southeast Asia has become a “hotspot” for emerging infectious diseases, experts say.
JGC Corporation has initiated the construction of a hospital in Phnom Penh, Cambodia incorporating Japanese medical technology and hospitality.
National University of Singapore’s Professor Tommy Koh highlights the importance of treasuring water and discusses solutions to conserve water.
A study of more than 18,000 people in Bangladesh has established a link between rice consumption and arsenic exposure and toxicity.
Mental health, obesity and non-communicable diseases are top-priority goals for the region between 2015 and 2030, according to experts from nine Asian countries and Australia.
Cambodia has stepped up as the first Asian country to introduce a measles-rubella vaccination campaign.