science education

Asian Scientist Junior Book Series Launched

The six books each feature a prominent researcher from Asia to inspire children towards careers in science, technology, engineering and mathematics.

Six Asian Scientists Featured In New Children’s Book Series

Wildtype Books launches Asian Scientist Junior, a book series highlighting outstanding scientists from Asia.

Please Mind The (Curiosity) Gap

Singapore’s education system produces individuals with excellent technical competency, but curiosity may be needed if a quantum leap is to be made in an innovation economy.

Nature Index: Japan’s R&D Performance Strong But Declining

Although still one of the world's elite in R&D, Japan might risk losing its spot if it can't resolve the downward trend in research productivity, report says.

The False Space Vs Survival Dichotomy

Here's why all those naysayers are wrong about India's record-breaking success at launching 104 satellites at one go.

The Grad Student 3-In-1: Scientist, Student, Teacher

Worried about teaching your first class as a graduate student? Here's how to hack it.

What Is A Scientist?

Are engineers considered scientists? What about lab technicians, archaeologists and art historians? The answer isn’t always obvious...

The Must-Have Tools Of A Young Science Communicator

What do you do when you have a science-obsessed child with many interests? Get him blogging, scrapbooking and making videos, of course!

A Young Scientist’s Starfish-Filled Holiday

With a science-obsessed kid in tow, any vacation can become a wonder-filled, educational scientific adventure.

Why Are Asians So Good At Maths And Science?

Asian universities are constantly coming up tops in international rankings. Is there a science to why Asian students excel academically?