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Hu received the 2022 L’Oréal-UNESCO For Women In Science International Award for her research on the underlying neurobiology of mental health disorders like depression.
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2022 L’Oréal-UNESCO For Women In Science International Award
The relationship between HPC technologies and its literacy is inextricably intertwined—each relying on the other to advance the field and unlock its full potential.
The exceptional researchers featured on the Asian Scientist 100 (2023 Edition) are pushing the boundaries of their fields and improving the lives of people and the environment we live in.
Twenty years after the completion of the Human Genome Project, genomics and sequencing technologies continue to advance toward more effective, accessible and inclusive horizons.
For those struggling with the long shadows of depression, conventional medicines can be a frustrating hit-or-miss. Psychedelics might offer a novel solution.
Research shows that rising sea levels around 20,000 to 6,000 years ago along with population pressure forced the early inhabitants of Southeast Asia to migrate to South Asia.
Stress linked TMJ disorders are rising but there seem to be little awareness about the condition in the medical community.
Emerging from the global pandemic, the vitality and dynamism of AsiaPacific’s supercomputing sector is almost palpable. From climate modeling to precision medicine, the frontiers of human knowledge are constantly being challenged—and this pursuit is not looking like it’s losing momentum any time soon.
Take a look at the innovations that are unlocking the power of high performance computing to solve grand challenges in research and industry alike.
Asia boasts some of the world’s best dishes, but its relationship with food goes beyond taste. Here’s how researchers are building a healthy and sustainable food future, while preserving the region’s unique cultural connections to diet.