Nurfilzah Rohaidi


Coming from a design background, Filzah brings a fresh perspective to science communications. She is particularly interested in healthcare and technology.

Stories by Nurfilzah Rohaidi

Powering The Little Red Dot

Home to the only petaFLOPS-scale system in Southeast Asia, the National Supercomputing Centre Singapore handles large volumes of data generated by the small island nation.

Singaporean Student Wins US$250K Scholarship With Antibiotic Resistance Video

Deanna See is one of two winners of the Breakthrough Junior Challenge with her video on antibiotic resistance, which earned her a US$250,000 scholarship.

Asia’s Scientific Trailblazers: Han Seung Soo

Han Seung Soo, the UN special envoy for disaster risk reduction and water, seeks to create greater awareness water-related disasters.

Asia’s Rising Scientists: Dawn Tan

Academia and industry are not necessarily at odds, as demonstrated in the career of Dawn Tan, an assistant professor at the Singapore University of Technology and Design.

What You Need To Know About Dengvaxia, Sanofi Pasteur’s Dengue Vaccine

Dr. Ng Su-Peing, global medical head of Sanofi Pasteur, explains how Dengvaxia can address the burden of dengue around the world.

In Conversation With Joel Adriano, Regional Coordinator of SciDev.Net

Adriano believes that it’s one thing to hone your journalistic skills, but it’s quite another to learn and write about science.

12 Scientists From Japan To Watch

By no means an exhaustive list, these 12 scientists have made significant contributions to Japan's science and technology landscape.

Training Informal Healthcare Providers In India: A Cheap, Effective Way To Improve Care

Training programs for informal healthcare providers in rural India helped to increase their disease management by 7.9 percent.

First Korean Genome Sequenced

This genome sequence, the most contiguous and complete human genome mapped to date, may be beneficial to the field of precision medicine.