PDB’s Molecule Of The Month: The Coronavirus Protease

Finding a way to block COVID-19’s distinctive heart-shaped protease may be the key to stopping the ongoing epidemic.

Understanding Southeast Asians’ Attitudes Towards Antibiotics

UK scientists report that awareness of drug resistance in Thailand and Laos is similar to that of many industrialized countries, but this does not translate to more stringent antibiotic use.

Detect And Detox At The Same Time

Scientists in Thailand have found a way to identify and convert harmful chemicals into benign products in a single reaction.

Two Thai Dinosaur Species Related To T. Rex

Analyzing fossils found 30 years ago, researchers have identified two new dinosaur species from Thailand.

Asia’s Rising Scientists: Varisa Pongrakhananon

Find out how Dr. Varisa Pongrakhananon's research on microtubules is paving the way for potential cancer therapies.

Better Protection Needed For Tiger Geckos In Vietnam

International trade in tiger geckos is decimating the population of the 19 species of lizard native to China, Vietnam and Japan.

7 Must-Read Stories In March 2019

Stories about outstanding scientists topped the charts in the month of March, but readers were also curious about feats of engineering and studies about diseases.

Zika Virus Endemic In Thailand, Study Shows

Unlike in South America where the Zika virus disappears two or three years after outbreaks, Zika transmission in Thailand has persisted for at least 16 years.

26 Fantastic Female Scientists

These 26 female scientists are all movers and shakers in their chosen fields, from mathematics to materials science.

2019 Edition Of Asian Scientist 100 Announced

Each year, Asian Scientist Magazine highlights 100 outstanding thinkers and innovators from Asia who are pushing the envelope with their research.