… The announcement of the world’s first gene-edited babies met with sharp rebuke. Action should follow, says Crispin Maslog. …
The Philippine government’s tendency to rely on foreign experts has riled up local scientists.
… A dengue vaccine fiasco leaves Filipinos wary of immunisation drives, says Crispin Maslog. …
New COP presidency set to prioritise the interests of small-island nations as talks turn to implementation
Some universities are approaching the top 20, their success partly down to ‘brain gain’ and research investment.
Fake news on social media erodes trust in science and threatens media freedom as countries warn of crackdowns.
Asia-Pacific region conspicuously missing in the March for Science.
Scientists say that forests regulate climate more through their role in rainfall than by acting as carbon sinks.
The closure of several mines in the Philippines puts the region’s spotlight on an industry often seen as destructive.