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Chinese glaciologist and climate scientist Qin Dahe has been awarded this year’s Volvo Environment Prize.
In the era of smartphones and tablets, SMU Associate Professor Ding Xuhua predicts that the battle between data security experts and hackers will increasingly shift to mobile devices.
SMU Assistant Professor Hoon Chang Yau argues for the need to move away from an essentialist view of identity to one that is aligned with the complexities of the 21st century.
Assoc Profs John Donaldson and Forrest Zhang concur with the Chinese government’s decision to retain its two-tier land tenure system, a key factor behind China’s rise as an Asian powerhouse.
As Asia braces for an unprecedented ‘silver tsunami’, SMU Assoc Prof Rhema Vaithianathan is studying how it is changing not only the way we fund care for the elderly, but also how that care is being delivered.
Organic electronics pioneer Professor Andrew Holmes has been elected as the next President of the Australian Academy of Science.
Professors Yu Jun and Peter Phillips of SMU have developed an early financial warning system to monitor speculation and the formation of financial asset and related market bubbles in real time.
Associate Professor Christie Scollon at the SMU School of Social Sciences has been studying cultural differences in subjective wellbeing for more than a decade.
Associate Professor Lau Hoong Chuin of SMU is tackling a key challenge of urbanisation: how to manage the increasing flow of people and physical goods into cities sustainably.
When turned into a sensing platform, smartphones can generate powerful insights into consumer activities in the physical world, says SMU Associate Professor Archan Misra.