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Louis Tan received the
2018 President’s Science Award for identifying clinical biomarkers, developing novel models and transforming patient care in Parkinson’s Disease. (Photo: National Neuroscience Institute)
In seeking to visualize proteins at the smallest scale, Professor Chikashi Toyoshima has cemented his place as one of structural biology’s most impactful researchers.
How do we win back disillusioned scientists who have transitioned from the starry eyed to the practical? Dr. Laasya Samhita of the Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore writes.
Singapore scientists have invented an ingestible self-inflating capsule to help tackle obesity.
It may be the road less travelled, but becoming a clinician-entrepreneur is a rewarding career that more doctors should consider, says Professor Lawrence Ho.
Asian Scientist Magazine highlights 100 outstanding thinkers and innovators from Asia who are pushing the envelope with their research.
Although widely regarded as pests, termites provide rainforests with important ecosystem services, study finds.
The awards recognize scientists who have helped place Singapore on the map of global research.
Inspired by French microbiologist Louis Pasteur, Professor Malik Peiris decided to specialize in virology, which led him to play a critical role in the identification and characterisation of the SARS coronavirus.
Asian Scientist Magazine had a chat with Dr. Andie Ang, who was recently appointed president of the Jane Goodall Institute (Singapore), on her upcoming projects in primate conservation.