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Oh was awarded the 2018 Ho-Am Prize for Science for her work on Apollonian circle packings, a concept that can be used to interpret fractals found in nature. (Photo:
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With global warming at our doorstep, researchers in Singapore are leveraging supercomputers to tackle the complex challenge of urban heat.
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According to Chemistry Nobel laureate Akira Yoshino, lithium-ion batteries will sit at the heart of a sustainable future society.
The flood of industrial wastewater generated in recent decades has led to new and improved wastewater treatment technologies. Download our white papers to find out more.
By working at the intersections of the physical, digital and biological spheres, Asia's engineers are ushering in the Fourth Industrial Revolution.
From performing outsourced research and manufacturing generics, Asia's biomedical researchers are now among the world's most innovative.
Starting the year with surprising uses for human waste in space and ancient worm fossils, here are five of
Asian Scientist Magazine’s top pieces from January 2021.
By investing in health tech innovations through Verge HealthTech Fund, Dr. Joseph Mocanu is making accessible healthcare in Asia a reality.
The Chinese Academy of Sciences has published a preliminary list of 65 ‘risky’ international journals, including periodicals from major publishers.