Lim Zeng Hao


Lim Zeng Hao completed a degree in biological sciences at Nanyang Technological University, Singapore. In his spare time, he dabbles in new languages and daydreams about the eventual publication of his epic fantasy book series. Zeng Hao is a science writer with Asian Scientist Magazine.

Stories by Lim Zeng Hao

Giving Cell-Based Seafood The Shiok Factor (VIDEO)

Instead of farming meat from animals, Dr. Ling Ka Yi and her team at Shiok Meats are harvesting animal-free crustacean meats from cells.

Modeling The Impact of Singapore’s ‘Circuit Breaker’

Interventions such as workplace distancing are crucial to controlling the virus’ spread when community transmission is observed, the study found.

Developing Diagnostics In Double-Quick Time

JN Medsys has developed two new coronavirus diagnostic kits to meet the surge in demand for COVID-19 diagnostics.

Compacting The Yeast Genome Into A Single Chromosome

Using the CRISPR/Cas9 gene editing system, scientists in China have created single-chromosome yeast to study the evolutionary benefits or drawbacks of having multiple chromosomes.

A Dose Of Inspiration For Aspiring Doctors

Missed our ‘So You Want To Be A Doctor?’ seminar? Fret not, we bring you ten key lessons from the seminar.

Asia’s Scientific Trailblazers: Dean Ho

The next frontier in precision medicine can be found at the interface of nanotechnology, biomedical science and artificial intelligence, says Professor Dean Ho.

Five Asian Companies Named WEF Technology Pioneers In 2018

Five companies in Asia have joined a global community of technology pioneers in recognition of their potentially world-changing innovations and technologies.

East Asian Universities Remain Asia’s Most Innovative

Universities in South Korea, Japan and China make up the majority of Reuters' Top 75: Asia’s Most Innovative Universities list.

An Asian Scientist Abroad: Alan Aw

Asian Scientist Magazine caught up with our first-ever intern, Mr. Alan Aw, on his recent scientific publications and his aspirations for the future.