25 Oct 2009
Summaries of newsworthy papers: Inhaled carbon nanotubes reach the lung lining, Age-related sperm mutations associated with testicular tumors, Magma below the Cascades, A Notch in lung arteries, A genetic region implicated in schizophrenia, Layered immunologic memory, Ribosome reactions, Modifying mountain river systems and Ancient Arctic palms
23 Oct 2009
Three Universiti Sains Malaysia (USM) undergraduates made USM and the nation proud when they won five main awards in the largest exhibition in the United Kingdom, "Invention, Innovation & Technology Show, The 9th British Invention Show"
04 Oct 2009
Summaries of newsworthy papers in Nature and Nature research journals including Cell Biology: Inner workings of extending cell life, Genetics: Reprogramming gene plays a role in cancer and Genetics: Variants associated with bone mineral density
20 Sep 2009
Summaries of newsworthy papers in Nature and Nature research journals - Genetics: Variants in prostate cancer, Medicine: Losing weight without too much energy, Geoscience: Deltas in decline, Chemical Biology: HCV lost in translation, Cell Biology: Stopping Listeria spread and Neuroscience: While you were sleeping.
28 Aug 2009
The fifth RCAI–JSI International Symposium on Immunology, hosted by the RIKEN Research Center for Allergy and Immunology (RCAI) in conjunction with the Japanese Society for Immunology (JSI), was held in Yokohama on July 9–10 of this year.
02 Aug 2009
Summaries of papers From gorilla to human: a new immunodeficiency virus found, 'Trojan horse' deliveries by HIV, Recovery after spinal cord injury, Immune cells worsen brain damage after stroke, New genetic variants associated with cancer, Mice generated from reprogrammed cells, A new progenitor cell population in breast cancer
26 Jul 2009
Press Release - Cell source matters for in vitro bone growth, Independent support for sea-level rise projections, Noble clues to interaction between carbon and groundwater, Suppressor immune cells: friends or foes? and Light on heavy electrons
20 Jul 2009
Summaries of newsworthy papers in Nature and Nature research journals including: Origin of raindrop size revealed, Geoscience: Full circle, Possible mechanism for blood cancer type, Fast-flowing ice streams mould their beds, A genetic susceptibility locus for follicular lymphoma and Neuroscience: Exploring exploration
05 Jul 2009
Summaries of newsworthy papers include Disrupting viruses, microRNA implicated in cell fate decisions, Methane bubbling up, Action representation in the autistic brain, A common susceptibility locus for several types of cancer, Getting to the root of oculo-facial-cardio-dental syndrome, A tale of two spores and Specialized skin helpers
07 Jun 2009
Summaries of newsworthy papers include Can Alzheimer’s disease be infectious?, New drug target for leukaemia, Quick, look sharp, Regulating an ancient arm of our immunity, Activating genes in live animals and Sex cells harbour longevity secrets
31 May 2009
Summaries of newsworthy papers include Genome scan uncovers genetic risks of testis cancer, Genetic variation influences adverse reaction to common antibiotic, Replay of neural patterns during sleep, Let the right pollen in, Dynamic ferroelectric memory, Suppressing suppressors, Why does high-throughput screening work?, Smells right
26 May 2009
The research by Universiti Sains Malaysia (USM) students has the potential to replace fractured or cracked human bone to 16 times the strength of the material that is currently available in the market.
24 May 2009
RIKEN researchers proposed a new pathway map for the differentiation of blood cells.
18 May 2009
Summaries of newsworthy papers The biology of ice, Gut acid levels determine healthy bones, Identifying problems in proteomics, Dopamine neurons are a mixed bunch, Natural products in reach, Interleukin 17—a Jekyll and Hyde of the immune system? and Gene variants to set your biological clock by
08 May 2009
Summaries of newsworthy papers No ticket no entry, Chromatin-modification link to memory, Unbreakable under pressure, Quirky volcano reveals its secrets and DNA origami
26 Apr 2009
Protein cocktail directs production of new heart cells, Bright electronic paper, High rate of chromosomal instability in human embryos, The simple sense of smell, The dangers of double dipping, A greater Tibet, Light-activated enhancement of information processing, Easing the way to pluripotency, Ocean iron and Light, electrons, action!
19 Apr 2009
Summaries of newsworthy papers include A better engineered beer, Lead atmosphere and Dead layers provide lifeline for Moore’s Law
29 Mar 2009
Summaries of newsworthy papers include Peek-a-boo perception, Softening bone, Patagonian glacial-age dust machine, New genetic risk factors for breast cancer, Stem cells generate intestine, A new treatment for arrhythmia, Bio-inspired bond-breaking and How does your fungus garden grow?
15 Mar 2009
Model projections suggest ice-free Arctic Ocean by 2100, Quantum entanglement could boost communication capacity, New York sea level to rise owing to slowing ocean circulation, A brain trauma–Alzheimer’s disease connection, How nerve fibres degenerate, Many antibodies make light work and Shutting the door on obesity
11 Feb 2009
Researchers in China have used lentiviruses to reprogram adult rat fibroblasts and bone marrow cells into induced pluripotent stem cells
08 Feb 2009
Summaries of newsworthy papers include Neurotrophins to the rescue; Susceptibility to heart attack; Flies go large on RNAi; Zinc irritates an ion channel and The memory of things past
21 Dec 2008
Summaries of newsworthy papers include Breaking through the barrier, Clearing plaques in blood vessels in Alzheimer’s disease, Agriculture could increase the release of carbon dioxide from rivers, Prions and smell, Rotoviruses stick to sugars, Tropical volcanic eruptions drive cooling in the tropics, The twisted history of snail shells
12 Dec 2008
A color-shifting fluorescent protein allows researchers to observe immune cell migration that occurs in living animals
03 Dec 2008
Summaries of newsworthy papers include Into the clouds, Tycho’s supernova classified, Education and well-being, Cancer stem cells and melanoma, Arctic freezing triggers methane burst, Video captures stem cell niche, On–off switch for a superconductor, Core fold in animal egg coats and Mechanism for a stress-free, low-calorie, long life
26 Nov 2008
Summaries of newsworthy papers: Protein complex influences body clocks and metabolism, The rise and fall of thermotolerance, Photons drive tiny device, Binding too tight, Atom economy raises the stakes, Earliest evidence of subduction?, Iron storage in phytoplankton, Unexpected organic-matter-munchers live in deep waters and Heroes in a half shell
17 Oct 2008
An investigation into the pathway by which bone-remodeling cells differentiate has yielded information about an unexpected, parallel development pathway
10 Oct 2008
Molecular geneticists in Japan and China have identified a previously unknown gene associated with susceptibility to osteoarthritis, a common disease affecting knee and hip joints through abnormal wearing of the cushioning cartilage.
31 Aug 2008
Summaries of newsworthy papers include Geoscience: Rapid ancient sea level rise, Neuroscience: Why the brain makes new nerve cells, Nature: Telomerase structure revealed and Nature: Genetics of geography
24 Aug 2008
Summaries of newsworthy papers include Quantifying the Arctic carbon pool, Exploitative tricks of antibiotic-resistant bacteria, Domino drug action, Stem cells classified, Glaciers and river nutrients and A jolt to plume models?
20 Aug 2008
Summaries of newsworthy papers include Imaging of filaments from a giant galaxy, Oxidation strikes gold, Bacteria sacrifice themselves for the greater good, Ice clouds in the martian atmosphere, A potentially dangerous molecule on the loose and What a tangled web


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