From cross-border collaborations to advancing accessibility, supercomputers play an important role in helping the world recover from COVID-19.
As forest clearance shifted to elevated areas in Southeast Asia, stockpiles of carbon have been lost at an accelerated pace in recent years.
In order to survive and breed, parasitic flatworms in Southeast Asia use several species of trumpet snail as hosts—posing a threat to public health.
To support sustainability and advance digital transformation, governments and researchers in Asia are coming together to focus research direction and increase output.
Male rat offspring exposed to BPA in the womb had impaired learning and memory, suggesting that BPA could contribute to male bias in autism.
Even as Asia's leading physicists break new ground in quantum and space technologies, they retain a deep reverence for ancient traditions that others may never fathom.
Amid the challenges of COVID-19, the Asian Scientist 100 (2021 edition) continues to highlight the outstanding accomplishments of researchers in the region.
From COVID-19 to climate change, the 2021 edition of the Asian Scientist 100 list recognizes the contributions of the region’s best researchers as they tackle the biggest issues of our time.
Vaccines are our best shot at finally overcoming the COVID-19 pandemic. Here’s a review on how vaccines work and where Asia’s leading vaccine candidates stand.