The Asian Scientist 100
De La Salle University
Tan received the Gregorio Y. Zara Award for Advanced Research 2019 for his contributions to the development of novel computational techniques for the design of sustainable industrial systems. (Photo: De La Salle University)
A Spray A Day Keeps COVID-19 Away
Taking a povidone-iodine throat spray or oral hydroxychloroquine may reduce COVID-19 spread especially in high transmission settings, say scientists from Singapore.
NVIDIA Bolsters Singapore’s AI Ambitions
Singapore gets an AI boost with the launch of the Future Talents Program and [email protected]
NVIDIA Partners BINUS For Indonesia’s First AI Research Center
Indonesia’s first artificial intelligence R&D center will tap on NVIDIA’s GPUs to showcase the commercial potential of GPU-accelerated deep learning applications.
Twelve Researchers Recognized At Philippines Promising Star Awards 2016
Twelve Philippines-based researchers were recognized for their world-class contributions spanning nine research fields.
Google Lunar XPRIZE: Asia’s Teams Shoot For The Moon
Three teams from Asia are racing to win in the 2016 Google Lunar XPRIZE competition.
For Schizophrenics, Integration—Not Attention—Is The Problem
Previous studies showing that schizophrenics have attention disorders were based on systematically exaggerated data, scientists say.
Attacking Superbugs With New Drug Cocktails
A Singaporean team has discovered new ways to enhance the efficacy of drugs used to treat respiratory infections and antibiotic-resistant superbugs.
Managing Climate Change In Coastal Regions
Climatologists warn that both natural and human environments must be fully studied for a holistic understanding of climate change.
Filipino Leaders Advocate For Better Science Curriculum, Teacher Salaries
A shortage of good science teachers and low salaries may affect the progress of the new K-12 curriculum, say Filipino educators and leaders.