Readership

READERSHIP OVERVIEW

Asia Research News is our annual magazine
to highlight exciting research studies over
the year and new ones on the horizon.
Produced just once a year, 30,000 print
copies are distributed at 80 conferences,
and sent directly to leaders in industry,
academia and government. TheĀ online edition
is always available for all users, including
researchers and journalists.

THE TOP 10 COUNTRIES

Our online readership extends to 180 countries
as many readers are interested about research
in Asia. As we provide research news straight
from the source institutions, many readers come
to us first. Asia Research News print magazines
are given to researchers and people keen on research
through our partnerships with important R&D events
and direct mail to key research leaders and policy
makers. Here is a list the top 10 readership countries.

WHO IS READING THE MAGAZINE

Research is done mainly in universities and
research institutions, therefore almost 70%
of our readership is from these organisations.
Researchers also work in private companies,
government, non-governmental organsations,
funding bodies and publishers. As these research
make their countries proud, we send copies to
key embassies. We reach out to libraries and
student bodies to provide complimentary copies
so future researchers may be motivated by the
research published in Asia Research News.

EVENT PARTNERSHIPS

Through partnerships with important R&D
events, we give complimentary copies of the
magazine to researchers and people keen on
research. Here we list the industry sectors
of the partnerships ranging from Technology,
Inventions and Engineering to Medical, Energy
Environment, Science and Business.

EVENT PARTNERSHIPS

Here we list an overview of our partnerships
with various events throughout 2018. We
believe in providing information to those who
are interested. We work closely with our partners
to ensure their participants have access to our
magazine, adding to the body of knowledge
the delegates gain at at each of these important
events.