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Tan Eng King
National Neuroscience Institute
Tan Eng King 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)
With 60 percent of the world’s population, Asia has one of the largest concentrations globally of aging persons, creating a host of potential challenges, experts warn.
UNESCO’s Kizuna campaign, which led to 30,000 messages of friendship from students around the world being sent to their peers in the devastated areas, reached Nakano School in Sendai, Japan.
Johns Hopkins University has launched an eight-week long China STEM program to expose American scientists to the Mandarin language and Chinese academic culture.
Singapore’s Minister for Education Mr. Heng Swee Keat and U.S. Secretary of Education Mr. Arne Duncan signed a MOU yesterday towards collaboration between the two countries.
A group of 59 volunteers working in northeast China have cleared 162 illegal wire snares in an ongoing effort to protect the nation’s remaining population of critically endangered Siberian tigers.
In the latest issue of the journal Cell, Chinese researchers unravel important steps of the necrosis pathway previously unknown to researchers.
After the discovery of unsafe levels of arsenic in Nepal’s groundwater a decade ago, government officials and aid groups are taking a critical look at whether their efforts have made a difference.
Last week, online social media was abuzz with talk about two pieces of proposed U.S. legislation referred to as SOPA and PIPA, culminating in online protests against the proposed legislation.
The cost of solar power is plummeting. But, while China leads the world in exporting photovoltaic-technology based on Australian ingenuity, this country is falling further behind, writes Professor Martin Green.