The Asian Scientist 100
Kang was elected as an international member of the National Academy of Science for his contributions to entomology and ecology genomics.
(Photo: Chinese Academy of Sciences)
- National Academy of Science
Trailblazing Women In Science
To mark this year’s International Women’s Day, we spoke to five women scientists from Asia who are breaking barriers and leading their fields. They also have a message for younger women researchers.
Fathers can establish a closer bond with their infant child through skin-to-skin contact or Kangaroo care, reports researchers from Australia and the United Kingdom.
Fighting Food Fraud
To intercept future food scandals in Asia and the world, innovations like blockchain and artificial intelligence could prevent fraud and reduce anxiety about what’s really on our plates.
Setting A Course For Supercomputing
From molecular modeling to formulating facial wash, the world of high performance computing has much to offer students from different fields and passions.
Carving A Niche–Interview With Irma Ylikangas Of Helsinki Business Hub
For Helsinki Business Hub, finding new and unique ways to work with international partners is the key to successful innovation.
Lose + Lose = Win
Zooplankton survive over-predation of their food source by switching between two ‘losing’ strategies: laying dormant eggs and staying dormant until algae levels recover.
Packaged For Sustainability (VIDEO)
Mr Ng Pei Kang, founder of sustainable packaging solutions firm TRIA, has developed a compostable material that can be used in place of plastic food packaging.
Stick-On Flexible Sensors For Any Surface
A research team in South Korea has developed a method to easily create high-performance sensors on flexible substrates of diverse shapes and structures.
Engineering Microbes For Urban Farming
By defining biological components involved in chemical synthesis as standard DNA cassettes for bacteria, scientists in Singapore hope to give urban farming a boost.