Thriving In An Uncertain World

A culture of innovation is needed for Singapore to shine, says SMU President Professor Arnoud De Meyer, speaking at the SMU Behavioural Sciences Institute's recent conference on 'Unintended Consequences in Singapore'.

EmTech Asia’s ‘Innovators Under 35’ Finalists Announced

Ten young scientists and tech entrepreneurs from Singapore, Malaysia and Australia have been named as finalists in MIT Technology Review's ‘Innovators Under 35’ list.

Singapore Top In Asia, 6th Globally For Innovation: Report

Singapore has taken pole position in Asia and scaled up a spot to sixth position among 128 nations in the Global Innovation Index 2016 report.

China Leads The World In Pharma Innovation: Report

Thanks to a strong emphasis on public-private partnerships and scientific research, China is now the world's leading region in pharmaceutical innovation.

Attracting Angels: Earl Valencia on S&T Investment

Earl Valencia set up the IdeaSpace Foundation to encourage innovation in the Philippines, where startup founders still face barriers to opportunities and angel investment.

The Times, They Are A-Changin’

In these uncertain times, we must be willing to evolve—or risk obsolescence. Problem is, how do you communicate this to seven-year-olds?

Asia’s Scientific Trailblazers: Naveed Ahmed Khan

Professor Khan speaks about his work in anti-microbials, the value of broadening your horizons and the importance of a culture of innovation.

When Sharing Is Not Just Caring

Conventional wisdom dictates that trade secrets have to be protected at all costs, but SMU Professor Gerard George’s research shows there may be a better way of doing business.

China Launches Its Own Million Dollar ‘Nobel’ Prize

From 2017, the privately funded Future Science Awards will recognize the achievements of Chinese scientists in the life sciences and materials science.