News file for: Pakistan
A rapidly aging Asia needs to act quickly to address the social, economic and healthcare needs of its changing demographics.
A study of herbal medicines in Pakistan shows that many are contaminated with toxic molds.
Japan and Korea have come out tops in the new Creativity Productivity Index, which focuses on how countries turn creative inputs into innovative outputs.
China’s IMHE and the University of the Punjab will collaborate on research projects, scientific training and joint meetings.
Gender imbalances in science and technology participation throughout Asia are a missed opportunity to capture the potential of the best scientists, says Ms. Danièle A. Castle.
Increasing intervention coverage to 90 percent by 2025 will cost US$5.65 billion but save three million lives a year, according to a study.
The Fifth Assessment Report warns that climate change will threaten food and water security, especially for Asia.
Pseudoscientific practices and unfounded scare stories pull back South Asian nations from progress, says Nalaka Gunawardene.
Hematology experts gathered at Suntec Singapore from March 29-30, 2014 to discuss the latest in blood disorders research.
Venoms, which are a time-capsule of disappearing biodiversity, can be stored for up to 80 years and still remain biologically active.