News file for: National University of Singapore
Maximizing crop yields on existing farms to reduce deforestation in developing countries may become financially untenable in the long-term, researchers say.
Scientists have identified two novel genetic variants associated with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), also referred to as Lou Gehrig’s disease, in the Han Chinese population.
A team of researchers in Singapore and the United States has proposed a simple method to identify areas that are vulnerable to sea-level rise.
Researchers have developed a novel microfluidic device that can be used to efficiently and rapidly separate and detect non-spherical bioparticles.
Led by Japan in first position, the Asian Tiger economies continue to make progress in the higher education sector.
The global burden of dengue infection is more than triple current estimates from the World Health Organization (WHO), a new study says.
Scientists report that the meditating brain can control core body temperature, a finding that could help in boosting immunity to fight infectious diseases or immunodeficiency.
More than 900 delegates have gathered at the World Health Summit Asia 2013 in Singapore to discuss the issues and challenges in public health facing Asia.
Singapore’s A*STAR and Fujitsu Limited will explore the creation of the first Center of Excellence for computational social science and engineering in Singapore.
China may soon surpass Japan as the Asia-Pacific leader in research output, says a new report published today by the Nature Publishing Group.