'Considerable' monkeypox transmission happens before symptoms, study suggests
Monkeypox exploded around the world earlier this year, with outbreaks in dozens of countries where it had never previously appeared.
How many ants are crawling on Earth? Scientists say 20 quadrillion
Ants, whose closest relatives are bees and wasps, are native to nearly everywhere on Earth, except Antarctica, Greenland, Iceland and some island nations.
How autonomy for universities could move academics from their comfort zones
With applications for funding and grants becoming more competitive, self-governance for universities could nudge researchers to actively look for the resources they need.
‘Caught’ in ranking game, local unis miss what matters in research
Academic Faisal Tehrani warns against the 'yes man' culture, saying the strength of a university's research culture depends on the society around it.
Malaysian academics among the top in ‘fraudulent’ publications found in global database
The revelation calls into question not only Malaysia's quality of research but also the credibility of global university rankings.