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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.
Famed for being Vietnam’s youngest full professor to date, Professor Phạm Hoang Hiep is taking local mathematics research to greater heights.
One of Singapore’s robotics pioneers, Professor Marcelo Ang Jr’s research promises to take driverless cars and personal robotic assistants outside the realm of imagination and into the mainstream.
Newly-appointed CEO of the Global Health Innovative Technology Fund Ms. Catherine Ohura outlines her plans and priorities for the organization.
By studying the proteins involved in neural synapses, Professor Kim Eunjoon seeks to bridge knowledge gaps in the field of brain disorders, potentially paving the way for improved treatments.
By tweaking the metabolic pathways of living organisms, Professor Lee Sang Yup is maximizing the synergy between biology and chemistry for the benefit of industry and society.
On the frontlines of gastric cancer research, Professor Bang Yung-Jue is hoping to expand the arsenal of anticancer drugs and prolong patients’ lives.
Newly-appointed CEO of the Singapore-MIT Alliance for Research and Technology Professor Eugene Fitzgerald lists his priorities for the R&D center.
The sole winner of the 1987 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine, Professor Susumu Tonegawa helped discover the genetic basis for antibody diversity. Today, he is spearheading research in neuroscience, seeking the biological mechanisms of memory.