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    Green Is The New Black

    Supercomputers are power guzzlers, but researchers like Professor Satoshi Matsuoka are leading the charge for greener, more energy-efficient machines.

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    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.

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    10 Awesome Reasons To Love Supercomputers

    From their sheer scale to the multitude of things they can do, there are many reasons to love supercomputers. Here are just ten of them!

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    Editor’s Note – Supercomputing Asia January 2017

    The debut issue of Supercomputing Asia features an exciting lineup of interviewees including Jack Dongarra, Fu Haohuan and Gordon Bell.

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    10 ’Omics You Need To Know

    Confused by the proliferation of ‘omics but don’t want to be left behind? Fret not, Asian Scientist Magazine has got you covered with our handy explainer on the hottest ‘omics around.

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    Chronic Diseases In The Crosshairs

    Diabetes may affect 350 million people worldwide, but they do not all need to be treated the same way, says clinician scientist Dr. Tai E Shyong, who studies the epidemiology of metabolic diseases.

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    Meet China’s First Biotech Unicorn

    Why did Wang Jun, CEO of one of the world’s largest DNA sequencing companies, leave to join an artificial intelligence startup? Simple: to start something even more ambitious.

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    The Body As A Source Of Big Data

    How much storage does an MRI need, compared to a selfie or Blu-Ray disk? This handy infographic helps you find out.

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    Diagnosis Without Doctors: Could PCs Replace GPs?

    Computers may not have much by way of bedside manner, but they can carry out tasks human doctors can’t, processing gigabytes of data for a more personalized diagnosis.

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    Editor’s Note – July 2016 Print Magazine

    In our July 2016 print magazine on data-driven medicine, we interview Wang Jun, the founder of iCarbonX, China’s first biotech unicorn.

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    The Unassuming Revolutionary

    Asian Scientist Magazine catches up with the inventor of optogenetics and CRISPR gene editing, Zhang Feng.

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    10 Unsolved Questions In Neuroscience

    The mind still holds many mysteries today. Here, we uncover what we know about ten of them.

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    What Chocolate Footsteps Reveal About The Brain

    Apart from having a fascinating perspective of our everyday experience, people with synesthesia could also teach us about how our senses work in the first place.

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    Betting Big On The Brain

    Professor Nancy Ip blends the latest technologies with the ancient wisdom of traditional Chinese medicine, all in the name of solving challenges such as Alzheimer’s and other neurological disorders.

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    Can You ‘Catch’ Alzheimer’s?

    As the list of diseases caused by prions continues to grow, should we be worried that common neurological diseases such as Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s could be contagious?

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    Editor’s Note – January 2016 Print Magazine

    Asian Scientist is proud to present the Asian Scientist 100, the first ever listing of scientists in Asia who have made an impact in the past year, in the January 2016 print magazine!

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    A Flash Of Brilliance: An Interview With Shuji Nakamura

    Asian Scientist Magazine catches up with Nobel laureate Shuji Nakamura as he reflects on his own journey of discovery and where his company, Soraa, will be taking LEDs next.

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    Neglected No More

    Dr. BT Slingsby, founder and CEO of the Global Health Innovative Technology (GHIT) fund, is passionate about using Japanese research knowhow to help tackle the most challenging public health issues of the day.