AsianScientist (Jan. 8, 2018) – Just in case you missed any of them, here are seven must-read stories published on Asian Scientist Magazine in December 2017.
- Meet The Winner Of The 2017 Breakthrough Junior Challenge (VIDEO)
Twelfth-grader Hillary Diane Andales talks about what inspired her to make her prize-winning video on the theory of relativity and the equivalence of reference frames.
- Fossilized Eggs Shed Light On Flying Dinosaurs
Three-dimensionally preserved eggs of pterosaurs reveal the history behind the life cycle of the dinosaur.
- Asia’s Scientific Trailblazers: Amalendu Krishna
Although mathematics is perceived by many as a difficult subject, Professor Amalendu Krishna finds the precision of numbers to be extremely intriguing and intellectually stimulating.
- Simulations Capture A Quantum Butterfly
Using Google’s quantum chip, an international team of researchers has successfully simulated a fractal pattern known as the Hofstadter butterfly.
- Ramp Up Your Resume
Having a well-crafted CV is the first step through the door to a desired job; here are four tips to help you put together a polished one.
- Asia’s Rising Scientists: Arun K. Shukla
Arun K. Shukla is tackling some of the most challenging questions in the field of G protein-coupled receptor biology.
- Six Researchers Awarded The 2017 Infosys Prize
Six scientists have been awarded the prestigious Infosys Prize 2017, each receiving US$100,000 for their excellence in research.
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