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18/01/19

Global rules should follow outcry over China’s gene-edited babies

… The announcement of the world’s first gene-edited babies met with sharp rebuke. Action should follow, says Crispin Maslog. …

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16/03/18

Are ‘native’ scientists not good enough?

The Philippine government’s tendency to rely on foreign experts has riled up local scientists.

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06/02/18

Dengue vaccination: when being the first is a bad idea

… A dengue vaccine fiasco leaves Filipinos wary of immunisation drives, says Crispin Maslog. …

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18/10/17

COP 23 hopes to move Paris Accord forward

New COP presidency set to prioritise the interests of small-island nations as talks turn to implementation

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21/08/17

Asia’s universities inching up world rankings

Some universities are approaching the top 20, their success partly down to ‘brain gain’ and research investment.

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05/07/17

Scientists shouldn’t miss a chance to expose fake news

Fake news on social media erodes trust in science and threatens media freedom as countries warn of crackdowns.

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10/05/17

Asia-Pacific sits out global March for Science

Asia-Pacific region conspicuously missing in the March for Science.

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31/03/17

Overlooked rainfall and cooling effects of forests

Scientists say that forests regulate climate more through their role in rainfall than by acting as carbon sinks.

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22/02/17

Asia-Pacific Analysis: Tough times for the mining industry

The closure of several mines in the Philippines puts the region’s spotlight on an industry often seen as destructive.

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25/10/16

Asia-Pacific Analysis: R&D spending boosts development

… While global R&D spending is at a new high, 80 per cent of that comes from only 10 countries, reports Crispin Maslog. …

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