AsianScientist (Apr. 6, 2018) – Just in case you missed any of them, here are seven must-read stories published on Asian Scientist Magazine in March 2018.
- Vitamin C Might Help Treat Multiple Sclerosis
- A Romantic Revolution In Technology
- Asia’s Rising Scientists: Vinayak Sinha
- Predicting Dengue Fever Outbreaks In Thailand
- The Psychology Of Public Trust
- Early Life Nutrition Goes Digital
- 21 Female Scientists Who Slay
Scientists have discovered that vitamin C promotes the repair of the myelin sheath surrounding neurons, making it a potential treatment for multiple sclerosis.
We spoke to maverick inventor Jun Rekimoto of the Sony Computer Science Laboratories on the latest technologies in human-computer interaction and artificial intelligence.
Associate Professor Vinayak shares about his research on atmospheric contaminants and highlights role models who have inspired him on his research journey.
Researchers have used demographic, weather and dengue incidence data to develop models for predicting dengue hemorrhagic fever outbreaks in Thailand.
Public trust is a complex and dynamic phenomenon, and governments today cannot afford to ignore its social-psychological aspects, said Professor David Chan at a conference organized by SMU’s Behavioural Sciences Institute.
Digital tools are providing parents with new ways of tackling age-old parenting problems and arming researchers with data.
Having trouble naming an outstanding female scientist? Well, here are 21 to get you started.
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