Rapid, Rigorous And Robust: How Singapore Approved Its COVID-19 Vaccines

No shortcuts were taken in the COVID-19 vaccine review processes, says Professor John Lim, executive director of the Centre of Regulatory Excellence at Duke-NUS Medical School.

Asian Scientist Magazine’s January 2021 Roundup

Starting the year with surprising uses for human waste in space and ancient worm fossils, here are five of Asian Scientist Magazine’s top pieces from January 2021.

Japan Suicide Rates Reveal COVID-19’s Mental Health Toll

Monthly suicide rates in Japan declined by 14 percent during COVID-19's first five months, but later increased by 16 percent during the pandemic's second wave.

Facing The Double Threat With Fortitude

By differentiating between the two diseases, MiRXES’ new Fortitude SARS-CoV-2 and flu A/B test could help countries face the ‘twindemic’ of flu and COVID-19.

Asian Scientist Magazine’s 2020 Roundup

Stories of scientific breakthroughs were bright spots in a year clouded by pandemic news. Here are Asian Scientist Magazine’s top 10 pieces of 2020.

Dr. Gia Sison On Mental Health During COVID-19 (VIDEO)

How can we cope with COVID-19? In our next Wildtype Expert Opinion webinar, Filipino physician Dr. Gia Sison will tackle COVID-19’s impact on mental health.

Michele Wucker On COVID-19 And Other Gray Rhinos (VIDEO)

Hear what best-selling author Michele Wucker has to say about highly probable, high impact but often ignored threats like the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic on the next episode of Wildtype Media Expert Opinion.

Nature’s Editor-in-Chief On Publishing In The COVID-19 Era (VIDEO)

Don’t miss our next Wildtype Media Expert Opinion webinar with Dr. Magdalena Skipper, editor-in-chief of Nature.

COVID-19 Diagnostics Explained

Access to testing is essential for containing COVID-19, but the accuracy of the tests used also matters a great deal.

How Singapore Is Taking On COVID-19

An effective government-led response, trust in authorities and regular communication has helped Singapore mitigate the first wave of COVID-19 imports, writes Jeremy Lim.