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MRIs Made With Patients In Mind

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

A Sticky Situation Of Triclosan And Toothbrushes

Scientists have found that the antimicrobial compound triclosan sticks to toothbrushes, with implications for health, antibiotic resistance and environmental leaching.

South Korean & Chinese Universities Most Innovative, Study Says

Educational institutions in South Korea and China dominate the 2017 Reuters Top 75: Asia’s Most Innovative Universities.

Indonesia, Pakistan Lacking In Mental Health Integration: Report

The Asia Pacific Mental Health Integration Index ranks the level of effort of 15 countries and territories across the Asia Pacific region in implementing effective mental health policies.

Japan, South Korea Dominate Asia’s 75 Most Innovative Universities List

South Korea and Japan each boast 20 entries in the Reuters Top 75: Asia’s Most Innovative Universities ranking.

MIT Technology Review’s Regional ‘Innovators Under 35’ Returns

Innovators under the age of 35 from Southeast Asia, Australia, New Zealand and Taiwan can now apply for the regional 2017 Innovators Under 35 list.

Five Lessons From A Special Friendship

Having a best friend that everyone else considers different can teach you how to be a better person, no matter your age.

A Six-Year-Old’s Guide To Science Communication

Whether you are a six or sixty six year old scientist, here are some tips for making your first TV appearance.

Test Scores And Dumplings

Yes, kids from dumpling-eating countries seem to do extraordinarily well on math and science tests, but at what cost?

A Quantum Leap For Hard Drives

The ability to store information for as long as six hours could change the approach to developing quantum communication systems.