The Asian Scientist 100
Jiang was awarded the 2020 Nishina Asia Award for his research on the structure and dynamics of interfacial water at the atomic scale.
(Photo: Nishina Memorial Foundation)
- 2020 Nishina Asia Award
From Turning Doorknobs To Queuing Ducks – It’s The Ig Nobel Prize!
Two research groups from Asia are part of this year’s Ig Nobel Prize, which honor achievements that make people laugh, then think.
To celebrate this year’s International Day of Women and Girls in Science, we take a look at eight shining examples of scientific excellence in Asia.
Digging Up The Genetic Origins Of Inner Asia’s Mummies
Genomic analysis of the Tarim Basin mummies has revealed their origins as a local group in China's Xinjiang region, rather than a migratory population.
Hu Hailan Wins 2022 L’Oréal-UNESCO For Women In Science Award
For her research on the neurobiology of depression, Professor Hu Hailan was named among the five 2022 L’Oréal-UNESCO For Women In Science awardees.
WEF 2020 Young Scientists Include Eight From Asia
From neuroscience to satellite research, eight scientists based in Asia were honored as part of the World Economic Forum’s Class of 2020 Young Scientists.
Stretching The Functional Range Of Sticky Tape
Researchers have developed a sticky tape that remains functional at temperatures ranging from -321°F to 1,832°F.
Unlocking The Potential Of Spintronics
Researchers in Japan have developed a thin film made of gallium manganese arsenide that can be reversibly magnetized, with implications for computational logic and memory.
Singapore: A Sentinel For Southeast Asian Seafood Safety (VIDEO)
What we learnt from the unprecedented 2015 GBS outbreak and its implications for food safety in Southeast Asia.
Ten Materials Inspired By Mother Nature (VIDEO)
The natural world is filled with strange, fascinating structures that are stronger, more flexible and more resilient than anything humans can make.