science communication

Laying The Foundation For A Resilient Asia

Tapping Asia’s growing expertise in disaster risk communication, the Understanding Risk Asia 2021 conference explored how building trust is vital to building resilient communities.

Asian Scientist Magazine’s February 2021 Roundup

From celebrating women in science to surprising discoveries in the natural world, catch Asian Scientist Magazine’s top stories from February 2021.

Attracting Singapore’s Girls And Women Into STEM

While parents in Singapore envision both male and female children pursuing careers in STEM, there should be more efforts to improve gender diversity outside the classroom.

STEM Subjects Popular In School, But Challenges Crop Up In The Working World

Science and technology is the top career choice for parents of both boys and girls, but more needs to be done to improve gender diversity beyond the classroom.

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.

Celebrating Our Healthcare Heroes Through Art

Asian Scientist Magazine is launching a non-profit national youth competition to honor Singapore's brave frontliners in the fight against COVID-19 through art.

The Chinese Academy Of Sciences Flags 65 ‘Risky’ Journals

The Chinese Academy of Sciences has published a preliminary list of 65 ‘risky’ international journals, including periodicals from major publishers.

Asia’s Scientific Trailblazers: Vivian Yam

By harnessing the unique properties of photoactive materials, Professor Vivian Yam hopes to develop processes that would utilize energy in a cheaper and more efficient manner.

Combating Superbugs Through Comic Books (VIDEO)

From antimicrobial resistance to COVID-19, infectious diseases physician Dr. Hsu Li Yang is tackling the world’s most pressing public health issues through comic books.

Fact Check: 5 Reasons Why The Coronavirus Is Not ‘Man-made’

Controversial claims over the coronavirus’ origin have proliferated on the internet. Here, we examine the scientific evidence that supports its natural origins.