Powering Through The Pandemic With Supercomputers
By performing trillions of calculations per second, supercomputers are accelerating COVID-19 diagnosis and the development of test kits and vaccines to help scientists combat the pandemic.
Averting Asia’s Water Crisis
Through high-speed, high-resolution exascale computing, researchers and citizen scientists are tackling water stress across Asia by discovering better ways to treat water and monitor its flow.
Asia Hits New Milestones In 2021 Times Higher Education Rankings
By improving upon research and industry indicators, Asia’s top universities are continuing to climb the 2021 THE World University Rankings.
Asian Universities Shine In 2021 QS Rankings
As emerging global leaders in higher education, Asian universities show steady progress in the 2021 QS World University and Subject Rankings.
Behind China’s Boom In Bitcoin Carbon Emissions
Without stringent regulations, China's Bitcoin mining emissions could surpass the annual emissions of several European countries by 2024.
Charting Chemical Contaminants In China’s Drinking Water
High levels of synthetic chemicals have been found in the drinking water of China’s east and southwest regions, raising concerns over their potential effects to human health.
Protective Antibodies Against COVID-19 Isolated & Characterized
Potent neutralizing antibodies from COVID-19 patients have been isolated and characterized in two separate studies from China.
WEF 2020 Young Scientists Include Eight From Asia
From neuroscience to satellite research, eight scientists based in Asia were honored as part of the World Economic Forum’s Class of 2020 Young Scientists.
Wuhan Travel Ban Prevented 700,000 COVID-19 Cases: Report
Tough control measures taken by China in the first 50 days of the epidemic may have prevented more than 700,000 infections, a study finds.
Asian Universities Making Waves On THE World University Rankings 2020
Japan and China are the second and fourth most-represented nations on the list of the world's top universities compiled by Times Higher Education.