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2017/07/31 | Liu Jia
How a Chinese Woman Defied Expectations to Become a Scientist
A Princeton cosmologist reflects on the personal and societal stumbling blocks she faced as a woman in a male-dominated discipline.
Zinc Fingers: Taiwanese Uncover Potential Alzheimer's Treatment
The team acknowledged that whether the discovery can actually lead to a breakthrough in battling Alzheimer's may still be quite a ways off.
Marching for Justice at the March for Science: A Postmodern Perspective
'It is really most appropriate that the scientists should be the ones marching for social justice and philosophical reflection. For perhaps no other people know better than we do just how our endeavors can be equally powerful for the destruction as it is for the construction of humanity.'
2016/10/07 | The Japan Times
OPINION: Japan's Nobel Prize a Warning for Government
Japan is putting too much emphasis on short-term scientific research that is expected to produce quick results and commercial benefits.
2016/08/03 | Hsu Chia-yu
Efforts Underway to Clean-Up Animal Testing in Taiwan
Experts hope that labs with international accreditation will improve the quality of animal testing in Taiwan.