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All In The Genes

Precision medicine could reveal the secrets of Asia’s collective DNA without carrying the risks of consumer genetic testing. Here’s how.

Five Must-Know Research And Development Trends In Asia

As revealed in the Five Years Of Asian Scientist 100, Asia's feverish growth is fueling innovation across agriculture, chemistry, physics and more.

Celebrating Five Years Of The Asian Scientist 100

Asian Scientist Magazine’s new white paper marks five years of celebrating Asia’s leading scientists with a deep dive into their stories of discovery and innovation.

Asian Health Leaders Recognized On BBC’s 100 Women List

For their pioneering efforts amid COVID-19, three health experts from Pakistan, Singapore and South Korea were named to the BBC’s annual 100 Women list.

The Curious Case Of Asia’s COVID-19 Mortality Rates

Why is the COVID-19 death rate in Asia three times lower than that of Europe? Lim XiaoZhi examines some possible reasons.

Filling In The Gaps Of Asia’s Genetic Map

The early findings by the GenomeAsia 100K consortium shed light on the ancestral origins of Asia's populations and provide insight into adverse drug responses among Asians.

Commonwealth Science Academies Urge Action On Climate Change

Scientists in Bangladesh, India, Malaysia, Pakistan, Singapore and Sri Lanka have backed the Commonwealth consensus statement on climate change.

Plastic-Eating Fungi Found In Rubbish Heap

A strain of fungi researchers found in a rubbish heap can break down plastic as it grows.

Report: China Has The Most Patents & Publications In Developing World

The report reveals that China, India, Brazil and Mexico produce the most scientific papers out of the 141 developing countries studied.

Asia’s Health Improving, But Progress Far From Universal: Study

The Global Burden of Disease Study reveal the key drivers of ill health, disability, and death in the different countries around the globe.