For working to achieve clean water and clean air, Singapore's Dr. Li Hongying and Indonesia's Dr. Neni Sintawardani have won the Underwriters Laboratory-ASEAN-US Science Prize for Women 2021.
Equipping the public with a deeper understanding of disease transmission risks may be key to changing wildlife consumption behaviors.
As revealed in the Five Years Of Asian Scientist 100, Asia's feverish growth is fueling innovation across agriculture, chemistry, physics and more.
Political changes and urbanization may be threatening the traditions and training of elephant handlers, or mahouts, in Myanmar.
Contextual information should be collected to identify factors that would influence the effectiveness of interventions such as antibiotic control, researchers say.
Dr. Victor Sim’s winning project involves the use of membrane technology to provide safe and clean water to a town in Myanmar.