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    Diamonds On Demand

    Most of us know that diamonds are mined from the earth, but did you know that they can also be grown in the laboratory?

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    Editor’s Note – April 2015 Print Magazine

    Check out our exclusive interviews with Takeda’s Dr. Tachi Yamada and RIKEN’s Professor Masayo Takahashi in the April 2015 print magazine!

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    Asia Braces For Ebola: Is Biotech Our Best Bet?

    Juliana Chan & Yamini Chinnuswamy take a look at the options available in our medical toolbox should Ebola reach our shores.

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    The Optogenetics Revolution

    Optogenetics promises to give neuroscience researchers unprecedented insight into the complexity of the brain. Sim Shuzhen traces its development and asks where the technology could take us.

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    The Great Gene Rush

    Forget gold, companies are now trying to make money from a rich new source—the human genome. But is this good or bad for research innovation? Zaria Gorvett discusses.

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    Editor’s Note – January 2015 Print Magazine

    Our January 2015 print edition starts the year off with a bang, looking at the latest developments in biotechnology.

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    Asia: The Place To Be For Science

    Meet and mingle with the world’s best scientists and attend top ranked universities—all right here in Asia.

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    7 Steps To Starting A Biotech Company

    So you want to start a biotech company? Here are some tips to get you started!

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    The Future Of Food

    Technological advancements may have saved us once during the Green Revolution, but will they be able to deal with the food challenges of tomorrow? Sim Shuzhen investigates.

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    Science By The 99 Percent

    Crowdsourced research might be a democratic way to engage the public in scientific issues and provide researchers with much needed resources.

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    Pests, Clones & The Imperiled Banana

    The global banana trade is dominated by a single clone: the Cavendish. However, the ease and affordability of growing a single variety comes at a heavy price, Zaria Gorvett writes.

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    Editor’s Note – October 2014 Print Magazine

    In the October 2014 issue of Asian Scientist Magazine, we discuss the latest research in personal care and nutrition.

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    China’s Growing Scientific Soft Power

    In our October 2014 print magazine, we note that China is taking active steps to extend its scientific influence around the world.

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    Our Readers Across Asia

    Here are the winners of our October 2014 print magazine #scientistselfie contest. Check out their cool projects!