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Beuerman, Chia, Saw and Tan were part of the team that was conferred the President’s Science Award 2019 for three decades of research in the field of myopia, which resulted in public health strategies and interventional myopia control therapies to help decrease the rates of myopia and myopia-related blindness in Singapore.
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A new study from the Mastercard-SMU Financial and Social Inclusion program suggests that societal and cultural factors, in addition to technology, are vital components of financial inclusion.
How soon will China be able to put a man on the moon? Give them about three years, says our
Final Frontiers columnist.
Results from a new experiment shows that finding sterile neutrinos may be more challenging than we thought.
It is more profitable to raise geese than daughters, or so says a Chinese proverb. How far have we really come in terms of gender equality and parity?
The ability to use hearts that have stopped beating could substantially increase the number of donor hearts available for transplants.
To promote healthy eating among children, Taiwan's Food and Drug Administration has imposed restrictions on junk food advertising starting January 1, 2016.
Established by key entrepreneurs in the Silicon Valley, the 2016 Breakthrough Prize in fundamental physics went to Japanese, Chinese and Canadian research teams working on neutrino oscillation.
Takaaki Kajita wins half of the 2015 Nobel Prize in Physics for proving that neutrinos have mass.
Research at the SMU Lien Centre for Social Innovation is helping to better understand and respond to the needs of vulnerable communities in Singapore.