Notable Korean neuroscientist Professor Suh Yoo-Hun has had many breakthroughs—for one, he sequenced a gene closely related to depression and bipolar disorder.
We speak to Dr. Kosuke Morita of RIKEN about his team's jubilation on the discovery of element 113.
Information technology has improved our lives, but to continue to enjoy its benefits, we need to ensure that science and engineering win the war for talent, Dr. Kenneth Lee says.
What makes a stem cell a stem cell? Executive Director of the Genome Institute of Singapore Professor Ng Huck Hui takes a technology-driven approach to find out.
Dr. Bruno Reversade's research has taken him to Jordan, India and Singapore where he hunts down the genes behind rare diseases.
Over the course of his career, Professor Andrew Nee has been at the forefront of both computer-aided precision engineering and augmented reality.
In our August 2015 roundup, read all about the latest in CRISPR and cell reprogramming, parasitic wasps and how to found a medical school.
It's been ten years since the launch of the Duke-NUS Graduate Medical School in Singapore. Professor Patrick Casey shares his thoughts on what the school has achieved and what lies ahead.
Veteran tech entrepreneur Professor Virginia Cha shares her advice for making it big in Asia, and beyond.