Online data privacy is possible, says Shafi Goldwasser, whose Turing Award-winning work laid the foundations of modern cryptography.
What's next for cloud computing? Professor Stuart Parkin discusses at the Global Young Scientists Summit 2015.
According to Sir Timothy Hunt, winning a Nobel Prize takes aptitude, the right environment and sometimes, a little luck.
Meet and mingle with the world's best scientists and attend top ranked universities—all right here in Asia.
By facilitating interactions with eminent scientists, the Global Young Scientist Summit seeks to inspire young researchers and show them that breakthroughs are within their reach.
Prof. Grätzel discusses how harnessing solar power has the potential to provide more than 6,000 times our current energy consumption.
At the Global Young Scientists Summit 2014, a panel of distinguished scientists discussed how research should be driven by curiosity, not money.
At the Global Young Scientists Summit 2014, Nobel Laureate Harald zur Hausen discusses the link between high consumption of red meat and colorectal cancer.
At the 2014 Global Young Scientists Summit, a panel of scientific leaders discussed the challenges they face as scientists.