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Sum was recognized with the 2017 Tạ Quang Bửu Award for his research on the Peterson hit problem, an open problem in polynomial algebra.
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L-tyrosine, a health supplement used by bodybuilders, could someday be the key to treating a life-threatening muscular dystrophy affecting hundreds of Australian children.
What we learnt from the unprecedented 2015 GBS outbreak and its implications for food safety in Southeast Asia.
Researchers in Japan have characterized dioxins and other soil contaminants from an e-waste hub in Ghana.
Asian Scientist Magazine highlights 100 outstanding thinkers and innovators from Asia who are pushing the envelope with their research.
These early career scientists and veteran researchers of the Asian Scientist 100 are making waves in diverse sectors of academia and industry, shedding light on natural phenomena and developing new technologies for a better world.
Dr. Nguyen Thị Hiep is on a mission to promote tissue engineering and regenerative medicine in her home country of Vietnam.
Researchers in South Korea have found that Ulsan is chronically exposed to fine dust containing toxic polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons.
Researchers have reported growing iron-doped ferromagnetic semiconductors that work at room temperature—a longstanding physical constraint.
Drinking iced tea has been linked to outbreaks of cholera in Vietnam.