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Asia’s Scientific Trailblazers: Yu Chengzhong

Despite their small size, novel nanomaterials can have a huge impact on everything from vaccines to batteries, according to Professor Yu Chengzhong.

Make Cloth Masks With At Least Two Layers: Study

Which mask works best? A study filmed people coughing and sneezing to find out.

Sleepless In Asia

Young adults in Asia get the least sleep worldwide due to cultural habits, according to a study by an international team of scientists.
Data Mover Challenge 2019

Move It!

Teams raced to move two terabytes of data across five different countries in the inaugural ‘Move that Data!’ Data Mover Challenge.

Australia’s Engineer In Office

Australia’s Minister for Industry, Science and Technology, the Honorable Karen Andrews MP, plans to fight climate change and support women in STEM.

The Sweet Sound Of Innovation

Elizabeth Williams, co-founder and CEO of Hemideina, is developing an alternative cochlear implant solution inspired by the auditory systems of insects.

Supporting Science At All Scales

Supercomputers are helping scientists investigate phenomena at all scales, from the cosmos to quantum mechanics.

Four Researchers From Asia Receive L’Oréal-UNESCO Awards

The L’Oréal-UNESCO International Awards For Women in Science acknowledge outstanding women who are pushing the frontiers of science, technology, engineering and mathematics.

MRIs Made With Patients In Mind

Breakthrough MRI technologies promise better quality images in a shorter span of time without compromising patient comfort.

Australia And ASEAN To Collaborate On Science

CSIRO is looking to strengthen its research collaborations with ASEAN nations in areas such as supply chain management and precision management.