Asian Scientist Magazine?s 2018 Year In Review

AsianScientist (Dec. 31, 2018) – As 2018 draws to a close, Asian Scientist Magazine takes stock of some of the major milestones we?ve crossed, from hosting public education events to launching the book series and .

  1. Capturing the nuances of scientific research and translating it into something that the public will understand is no easy feat, but EurekAlert!?s Brian Lin has a wealth of experience to share.

  2. With its official launch on May 4, 2018, Singapore-based Wildtype Media Group aims to kick science communication into hyperdrive.

  3. Seven doctors with extraordinary career paths shed light on the many options beyond medical school at Wildype Media Group?s ?So You Want To Be A Doctor? seminar.

  4. Children and parents were treated to an educational book reading session and had the opportunity to interact with a real-life scientist.

  5. Sir Richard J. Roberts FRS shared his thoughts on science communication, open access publishing and GMOs at a public talk co-organized by Wildtype Media Group.

  6. Wildtype Books launches Sydney Brenner?s 10-on-10: The Chronicles of Evolution, a book that tells the story of evolution from the Big Bang to the future.

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