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What is Qatar—one of the most water-stressed countries—doing to ensure a stable fresh water supply for the future?
Through its four prizes, The Fondation Bettencourt Schueller supports French and European researchers at every stage of their career.
Multiplexing in bioscience provides a boon for scientists wishing to examine multiple biological variables, almost simultaneously.
Nankai University celebrates 100 years of success in both science and humanities research.
With 60 years of breakthroughs and pioneering research behind them, the Institute of Genetics and Developmental Biology are looking ahead to the next six decades and hoping to keep breaking new ground in biology.
Since its origins in the mid-1980s, the Hsue-Shen Tsien Think Tank has focused on how some of the world’s most complex systems—including comprehensive policy systems, engineering systems, and social systems—can be improved to serve humanity.
Cancer mouse models have come a long way from xenografts or transplants of patient tumors. Now companies such as The Jackson Laboratory (JAX) have created models with human immune systems.
New kits and reagents from Illumina are available to better process tissue samples for next-generation sequencing.
The Fluidigm Hyperion Imaging system allows scientists to simultaneously monitor in a sample up to 37 protein markers in the tumor-immune microenvironment.
Foreign students are encouraged to forward their careers at Waseda University.
Kyoto University has introduced a new model for education in Japan
A youth forum cosponsored by Tencent and Science discusses 10 Breakthrough of the Year topics aimed at youth and chosen via social media.
The City University of Hong Kong honors the 80th birthday of its and France’s own Professor Philippe G. Ciarlet.
Now in its 125th year, Wuhan University continues to welcome domestic and foreign students.
Advanced mouse models have been generated that produce more accurate data and can move drug candidates into the clinic more quickly.
Ocean research and conservation is being given a boost through new global partnerships
Can doing preemptive genomics testing on patients improve their health care?
Discover how Beijing Normal University’s School of Systems Science is training the next generation of scientists in China.
Studies of age-related diseases are made easier through aged mouse models from The Jackson Laboratory
Biogen and the Cornell BEST program join forces to provide improved training for the biomedical science workforce
A spotlight is shown on computer vision and its various promises, such as self-driving cars, drones, and medical imaging.
Skincare group NAOS partners with the Mediterranean Institute for Life Sciences to hold an ecobiology summit in Split, Croatia.
Since its founding in 2015, the Institute for Advanced Study (IAS), based at the City University of Hong Kong (CityU), has offered academics and students an innovative, intellectual platform to encourage and foster groundbreaking science research.
The Shanghai Institute of Microsystem and Information Technology (SIMIT), at the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS), looks back on 90 years of research discoveries—as well as forward to the future.
Waseda University, one of Japan’s highest-ranked private universities, seeks to enhance its international standing via funding from the Japanese government.
Mouse models and services from The Jackson Laboratory are driving oncology research forward.
In 2018, Merck KGaA, Darmstadt, Germany, will celebrate its 350th anniversary.
Research into postbiotics at Nitto Pharma may yield new products for health and well-being.
As Peking University celebrates its 120th anniversary, we look back to see how the past informs the present and future.
Founded in 2013, SciLifeLab has advanced life sciences research in Sweden and worldwide. Find out what services it can provide for you.
The Knut and Alice Wallenberg Foundation celebrates its centennial anniversary.
Beihang University celebrates 65 years as a technology innovator
Japan strives to enhance global recognition of its universities
Steady investment in science and technology has elevated Singapore to world prominence as an innovation hub.
Japan is stepping up and making significant changes to its education system in order to develop a stronger global presence.
Read about the innovative research being conducted at the National Key Laboratory of Medical Immunology of the Second Military Hospital in China.
Japan is putting in place new programs to enhance university performance and make them more globally competitive.
Read about cutting edge research on photosynthesis taking place at Okayama University.
Learn about important research being carried out at the Shanghai Clinical Center for Endocrine and Metabolic Diseases
The KING SKYFRONT in Kawasaki, Japan, provides a model of an innovation research hub.
The School of the Gifted Young at the University of Science and Technology of China provides unique opportunities for the country’s brightest youths.
The University of Tokyo conducts world-class interdisciplinary research, emphasizing translational applications and drug development with its new facilities.
Kobe has been rebuilding its economy after a massive earthquake in 1995, developing cutting-edge scientific research and institutions.
The Nanjing Institute of Geology and Palaeontology, Chinese Academy of Sciences has a rich 60-year history of discoveries in invertebrate palaeontology and palaeobotany.
Toyohashi University of Technology strives for excellence in research and education, international visibility, and industrial collaboration.
World-class excellence in cutting-edge research and internationally based education - Tohoku University
Tohoku University emphasizes innovative research and education, while addressing global challenges.
Osaka University emphasizes cutting-edge research, the creation of new research fields, respect for liberal arts, and active university-industrial collaborations.