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Rabies Virus Protein Helps Send Drugs To The Brain

Using a protein produced by the rabies virus, scientists in China have developed a nanoparticle which could lead to better treatments for Parkinson’s disease.

Quantum Communication Goes Intercontinental

Combining the Micius satellite’s capabilities with metropolitan quantum networks, Chinese scientists have securely transmitted images and video between China and Austria.

A High Resolution Snapshot Of DNA Repair

Scientists in China have visualized the structure of a key DNA repair component at near-atomic resolution.

China Bags Second Gordon Bell Prize

Using the fastest supercomputer in the world, a team from China has won the 2017 edition of the highly coveted ACM Gordon Bell Prize.

Three Scientists Honored With Future Science Prize

The second edition of the Future Science Prize featured a new prize category and saw three scientists awarded with US$1,000,000 each.

Asia’s Universities Inching Their Way Up

While Western countries continue to dominate the world ranking of universities, Asia is becoming increasingly visible.

Magnets Turn Viruses Into Bacteria-Killers

A team of international scientists has used phage-enhanced nanoparticles to kill bacteria that pollute water treatment systems.

Hello, World! Meet 10 Made-In-Asia Robots

Here in tech-crazy Asia, robots occupy a special place in our hearts, homes and workplaces.

Quantum Keys Transmitted Over Record-Breaking 404 km

404 is no error, but the distance in kilometers that scientists have successfully transmitted quantum information over a optical fiber network.