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Asian Scientist Magazine’s 2019 Roundup

Just in case you missed them, we bring you some of the top stories on Asian Scientist Magazine in 2019.

Where Will Evolution Take Us In The Fourth Industrial Revolution?

Evolution has helped us understand where we came from, but can it also give us a hint about where we are headed in the fourth industrial revolution?

7 Must-Read Stories In April 2019

April 2019 saw the passing of Dr Sydney Brenner, but his legacy lives on, and the march of science continues in many laboratories around the world.

Sydney Brenner, ‘father of the worm’ and decoder of DNA, dies at 92

Known for his sharp wit, visionary thinking and versatility, Brenner made many seminal contributions to molecular biology over the course of a seven-decade career.

Optimistic Realism About The Future Of Evolution

The challenges facing humanity are immense, but we have the ability to shape our own future, said distinguished speakers at the launch of Sydney Brenner’s 10-on-10: The Chronicles of Evolution.

14 Billion Years Of Evolutionary History Condensed Into New Book

Wildtype Books launches Sydney Brenner’s 10-on-10: The Chronicles of Evolution, a book that tells the story of evolution from the Big Bang to the future.

New Book Traces Humankind’s 14-Billion-Year Journey

Sydney Brenner’s 10-on-10: The Chronicles of Evolution adopts a unique perspective, tracing the evolution of life through ten logarithmic scales of time.

The Greatest Adventure In The World

Nobel Laureate Sydney Brenner, who is also Singapore's first honorary citizen, has been deeply involved in biomedical research in Singapore since the 1980s.