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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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As Asia transitions from battling infectious microbes to battling the bulge, can a controversial 'fat tax' in Japan keep waistlines under control?
The T allele is also predictive of a positive response to the standard cancer treatment, temozolomide.
Researchers estimate that the dengue infection rates in India are 282 times higher than officially reported, costing the country US$1.11 billion each year.
China needs to move beyond whistleblowers to tackle the issue of food safety, writes Sacha Cody.
Kiran Mazumdar-Shaw, founder of the Bangalore-based biotech company Biocon, is the first Indian to be awarded the Othmer Gold Medal.
Assoc Profs John Donaldson and Forrest Zhang concur with the Chinese government’s decision to retain its two-tier land tenure system, a key factor behind China’s rise as an Asian powerhouse.
Over a thousand Australian professors have signed an open letter asking the federal government to abandon plans for $2.3 billion worth of cuts to the university sector.
Researchers have developed a decision framework to decide whether to move species that face climate change.
Research reveals that more than one billion urban residents will face serious water shortages by 2050, with China and India among those most affected by water shortages.