Thanks to huge investments in science, China is the region’s scientific growth engine and collaboration magnet.
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Sustainability, climate change and biomedical science are key areas for future research prowess in Asia Pacific. While the pandemic has disrupted collaborations in far-flung nations, it's highlighted opportunities for joint initiatives in South and southeast Asia.
Researchers are watching how political and economic tensions between China and Australia will affect scientific collaborations.
Funding for translational research is boosted under joint initiatives to develop indigenous vaccines.
Research alliances in Asia Pacific are shifting towards China.
Despite political tensions, research ties are resilient.
Partnerships are a path to growth in research output.
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Korea University researchers are fostering worldwide partnerships to create effective sustainable development solutions.
Osaka University researchers are developing novel techniques to unravel the complexity of disease.
Governments and organisations globally face the long-term challenge of better stewardship of the planet by addressing an international call to protect the planet in a socially and economically sustainable manner.
Leading discoveries at the Research Institute for Biomedical Sciences at Tokyo University of Science are revealing more about The functioning of our immune systems
From households to industrial parks, versatile units could ‘filter’ carbon dioxide from the air under an ambitious moonshot project led by Kyushu University.
Intensive tsunami research at Waseda University is informing coastal disaster prevention in Japan and abroad.
Taking an interdisciplinary approach has helped one Tokyo medical research facility to develop new diagnostics, therapeutics and care practices for a diverse range of diseases that affect urban areas.