The Wiley Asia Blog
Connecting Asia Pacific users in the Scientific, Technical, Medical and Scholarly (STMS) field | The Wiley Asia Blog is for the growing number of Asia Pacific users where a number of posts on the latest research in Physical, Health, Life, Social Sciences and Humanities from leading journals and resources can be found.
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To celebrate our 20th years of publication, we are offering free virtual issue on Alternative and Complementary Therapies. Our Editorial Board has compiled Best Papers from the last 20 years into this virtual issue, with the aim of providing readers with interesting and thought-provoking content. Access it now. The post Virtual Issue – Focus on Alternative and Complementary Therapies appeared first on Wiley Asia Blog.
Today, Singaporeans are saddened by the departure of Mr. Lee Kuan Yew, the founding father of Singapore, who died on March 23, at the age of 91. Despite his controversial policies, he is respected as a leader with great foresight, who has led Singapore from a third world country to a first world country. Today, […] The post The Legacy of Mr. Lee Kuan Yew appeared first on Wiley Asia Blog.
Improving the efficiency by which crops use water is a critical priority for regions facing increased drought or diminished groundwater resources. Now researchers have found that this can be achieved by genetically altering plants’ stomata, the tiny openings on the leaf surface through which carbon dioxide is absorbed and water evaporates. “We now have genetic […] The post Genetically Manipulating Plants Can Reduce their Water Needs appeared first on Wiley Asia […]
Wiley, along with many of its publishing partners, is proud to present this collection of recent papers on the theme of ‘Research on Indigenous Australia’. As a leading publisher of Australian academic and scientific journals, including a large number of journals owned by Australian research and practitioner organisations, Wiley is in an […] The post Research on Indigenous Australia appeared first on Wiley Asia Blog.
A Korean research team led by Professor Soonmin Seo report a new method for preparing highly flexible, stretchable, and patchable organic electronic devices. The major breakthrough is reported in the Journal of Polymer Science B: Polymer Physics, by Prof. Soonmin Seo and co-workers at Gachon University and Pukyong National University in Korea. In the report, […] The post Flexible Electronic Devices Experience Organic Growth appeared first on Wiley Asia Blog.
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