Population Immunity Shapes Evolution Of The Dengue Virus
The study from India shows why it would be beneficial to develop dengue vaccines locally to counter regional strains.
Spearheading Singapore’s Sustainable Development
Through applied research and industry collaboration, researchers at the Singapore Institute of Technology address sustainability and circularity issues in the key sectors of food, chemical and biotechnology.
Young Adults’ Mental Health In Singapore Need Urgent Attention
A new survey shines a light on the rates of depression and anxiety among Singapore’s youth.
Celebrating Groundbreaking Science With The Asian Scientist 100
The exceptional researchers featured on the Asian Scientist 100 (2023 Edition) are pushing the boundaries of their fields and improving the lives of people and the environment we live in.
Disgust Helps Animals Avoid Diseases
The study highlights significant variations in disgust behavior across species, influenced by their social systems and ecological niches.
New Research Advances Treatment Of Male Infertility
Researchers from Japan unveil a key mechanism of sperm maturation in mice models that can potentially be targeted to develop safe male contraceptives.
Rising Temperatures Add To The Suicide Burden
Living in non-optimum temperature is causing excessive deaths from suicides, finds a study from China.
Stem Cell Therapy Could Help Restore Vision
Researchers from Singapore and Sweden have developed a potentially viable stem cell therapy approach in preclinical models that can help replace lost photoreceptors.
Plants Scream When Stressed
A new study reveals that plants emit ultrasonic sounds when they are dehydrated. Next step is to understand how insects interact with these sounds.
Warming Climate May Endanger Asia’s Water Tower
Climate models predict that melting glaciers and snowpacks in High Mountain Asia will make one of the largest freshwater reserves unsustainable, threatening water security for Asia's rapidly growing population.
Volume 10 Issue 1
CARING FOR THE CAREGIVERS
Caring For The Caregivers
The Climate Anxiety Issue
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- Caring For The Caregivers
CAPPING CARBON ON ASIA'S SUPERCOMPUTERS
Pulling The Curtains On Climate Change
Fostering The Next Generation Of HPC Leaders
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- Pulling The Curtains On Climate Change
Redefining What Success Looks Like In Tech (VIDEO)
- Erinne Ong
- March 8, 2022
Through The Codette Project, Ms. Nurul Hussain is building an ecosystem where everyone has access to the opportunities and resources they need to succeed in tech. We are revisiting this feature today on International Women’s Day 2022.
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