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Asia’s Rising Scientists: Ho Weang Kee

In a bid to reduce breast cancer mortality, Associate Professor Ho Weang Kee is developing a tool to catch the disease early.

2018 L’Oréal-UNESCO For Women in Science Award Winners Announced

For their outstanding contributions to their fields of research, these four women scientists from Asia received 2018 L’Oréal-UNESCO For Women in Science Awards.

Winners Of Malaysia’s 2017 L’Oréal-UNESCO Fellowship Announced

Ho Weang Kee, Jasy Liew Suet Yan and Teh Su Yean have won this year’s L’Oréal-UNESCO For Women in Science Fellowship Awards in Malaysia.

Durians Depend On Endangered Fruit Bats

An international team of scientists has discovered that the endangered fruit bats of Southeast Asia serve as pollinators of the durian tree.

Asia’s Rising Scientists: Show Pau Loke

Bioprocessing engineer Show Pau Loke dreams of being able to commercialize his research and make an impact on the biotech industry.

Asia’s Scientific Trailblazers: Sayed Azam-Ali

Just four crops provide 60 percent of the world's food supply. Scientists like Sayed Azam-Ali are hoping to change that for the better.

Bioseparation Engineer Wins IChemE Young Chemical Engineer Award

Show Pau Loke was recognized for his research into the scientific and engineering principles involved in large-scale separation and purification of biological products.

Indigenous Communities Enhance Rainforest Biodiversity

Indigenous farming supports rainforest diversity, making relocation efforts potentially counter-productive.

Singapore’s EURAXESS Science Slam Finalist Selected

Singapore's representative will face other finalists from Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand and Vietnam for the honor of being the 2015 ASEAN EURAXESS Science Slam winner.

Cold Winds Push Pollutants To The Equator

Air pollution from East Asia rapidly travels towards tropical forests where they can impact the ozone layer, scientists say.