Saving Project NOAH

The Philippines recently witnessed the near-death and resurgence of its flagship disaster risk reduction and management program. Jo Brianne Briones shares an insider’s perspective.

Technology And The Art Of The Optimum

When it comes to technology, more is not always better. Researchers at SMU are working out the optimal conditions under which technology can help businesses.

Towards Greener Laboratories

With Panasonic Healthcare’s energy-saving freezer technologies, high-impact research doesn’t have to leave a mark on the environment.

Singapore’s Reefs Surprisingly Resilient

Dredging and land reclamation have destroyed Singapore’s reefs, but shallow areas have staged a strong comeback.

Twelve Researchers Recognized At Philippines Promising Star Awards 2016

Twelve Philippines-based researchers were recognized for their world-class contributions spanning nine research fields.

Rubber Plantations Contribute To Reduced Ant Biodiversity

At a rubber plantation in China, researchers not only found a striking decrease in the number of ant species, but also in the ants’ functional and phylogenetic diversity.