Asia Research News 2019 showcases exciting discoveries across a broad range of scientific disciplines.
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image Magdeline Pokar is Editor-in-chief of Asia Research News. A PhD and MSc Geophysics graduate from Leeds University and Universiti Sains Malaysia, her research has ranged from Antarctic ice layers to groundwater pollution. The Salzburg Global Fellow and Chevening Scholar, set up ResearchSEA and later Asia Research News to help raise the profile of research in Asia. She has contributed to the European Geophysical Society, New Scientist, New Straits Times and Business Times.

image John Eberlee joined the Asia Research News team after ten years as a science writer at the National Research Council of Canada. John was previously managing editor of Reports Online, published by Canada's International Development Research Centre. He earned a BSc and studied journalism at Carleton University in Ottawa.

image Vivien Chiam is our marketing consultant for Singapore and Southeast Asia. She was the Partnerships and Communications Manager of Canada's International Development Research Centre in Singapore, working closely with Asian research insitutions to build capacity in communications and fundraising.

image Aya Kawanishi is a journalist with a degree in journalism from the University of Stirling. She is our representative in Europe and keeps our readers updated on our social media networks. She was an editor for The Japan Times ST and was involved with Scotland's International Network of Street Papers. She is also the Japan correspondent for Chemical Watch.

image Motoko Kakubayashi represents us in Japan. She has an MSc in Physics and a graduate diploma in journalism from Massey University in New Zealand. Currently, at the Japanese Science and Technology Agency, she is also the Japan correspondent for Radio New Zealand, and international media officer for the Science Media Centre of Japan.

image Nadia El-Awady is a science journalist and copy editor. She has a BSc in medicine from Cairo University, and an MA in journalism and mass communication from the American University in Cairo. A past president of the World Federation of Science Journalists, Nadia has taught science journalism and worked as a director of communication.

image Ian Fyfe studied natural sciences at the University of Cambridge, specialising in neuroscience, and then completed a PhD in molecular pharmacology. He now works as a technical writer for UK photography magazines, while continuing to use his scientific background as a freelance science writer.

image Djuke Veldhuis is a postdoctoral fellow at Aarhus University. A biological anthropologist from Cambridge University, her interests range from evolutionary anthropology to human ecology and psychology. She is passionate about science communication, as a journalist and past coordinator of the global FameLab competition.

image Dyna Rochmyaningsih is a science journalist with a biology degree from Indonesia's Bogor Agricultural University. She has written for The Jakarta Post, The Jakarta Globe, Science Magazine and SciDev.Net. Dyna is an alumnus of Science Journalism Cooperation Asia, a program created by the World Federation of Science Journalists.

image Keane Shore is an Ottawa-based journalist with experience in newspaper, wire service and magazine writing and editing. Keane has also helped to produce a series of flagship books for Canada's federal statistics agency. For the past 15 years, he has specialized in reporting on international development, science and technology issues.

image Ruth Francis is Head of Communications for BioMed Central and Head of Corporate Com- munications for Springer, UK. Previously, she was Head of Press for Nature Publishing Group. Ruth is the current Chair of Stempra, a network for press officers in science, medicine, engineering and technology, and has run media training workshops in Asia and Africa.

image Richard Stone oversees Science magazine's international news coverage. The two-time Fulbright Scholar opened Science's Asia bureau in Beijing in 2007, after four years in Cambridge, UK as Science's European Editor. Rich has also contributed to Discover, Smithsonian and National Geographic magazines, and is the author of "Mammoth: The Resurrection of an Ice Age Giant."


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