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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.

Agent Orange Contamination Persists In Vietnam, Study Shows

Toxic byproducts of Agent Orange continue to pollute the environment in Vietnam, say researchers in the US.

Tracking The Spread Of Cassava Mosaic Virus

The Sri Lankan cassava mosaic virus threatens 3.5 million hectares of crops in Southeast Asia, highlighting the need for disease-resistant varieties, say researchers.

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.

Honoring Research Talent: The Asian Scientist 100

Asia has no shortage of research talent, and the Asian Scientist 100 (2019 edition) aims to raise the profiles of outstanding scientists from the region.

Study Reveals Contextual Clues To Help Reduce Antibiotic Use

Contextual information should be collected to identify factors that would influence the effectiveness of interventions such as antibiotic control, researchers say.

Asia’s Rising Scientists: Nguyen Thi Hiep

Dr. Nguyen Thị Hiep is on a mission to promote tissue engineering and regenerative medicine in her home country of Vietnam.

Scientists Decode The Asian Catfish Genome

Researchers in Japan and Vietnam have sequenced the genome of the Asian catfish, which could help fisheries identify important genes for rapid growth and disease resistance.