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04 Apr 2007
Significant Finds from a Decade of Philippine Archaeological Research: 1996-2006 including the dating of early man fossils from the Tabon Caves, networking with foreign archaeologists in the SEA region, The Cagayan Valley Project and Hizen porcelain exports from Japan.
01 Apr 2007
Fibre circuits for electronic fabrics, From A and B to O: Towards universal red blood cells, Prostate cancer risk variants and Autoantibody production by perturbed B cells
11 Mar 2007
Summary of newsworthy papers appearing in Nature Journals on 11 March 2007: Seeing antigen-presenting cells in action, Multiferroics as the ultimate memory? How stress causes anxiety in adolescent mice, Bacteria-mediated immune system paralysis, Jumonji family removing the mark & A cheap alternative for large scale RNA interference screens.
18 Feb 2007
Summaries of newsworthy papers include Making room for others, Abnormal cell migration and Splicing out of control
04 Feb 2007
Summaries of newsworthy papers from Nature journals include Annotating the human genome, Learning to keep newborn neurons, Release requirements and A tool to delete DNA
24 Jan 2007
These include home hydroponics, converting feathers into fish meal, biogas from pineapple peels, increasing nutritional content of shellfish, supply & development of modern proteins, RFID reader modules for retail businesses, melt & recycle waste styropor in cooking oil and glass ceramic dental bone implant from Pinatubo volcanic ejecta & bone ash.
24 Jan 2007
Hydrogels developed by IBN scientists can potentially make chemotherapy and tissue regeneration more convenient and safe
14 Jan 2007
Summaries of newsworthy papers from Nature and the Nature Research Journals that will be published online on 14 January 2007. Sizing up stem cells, Maintaining immune regulation, and Getting things into cells with the aid of small molecules.
07 Jan 2007
Astrophysics: Dark matter mapped, Cancer: Enzyme double act evades drug therapy – Nature, A new source of stem cells – Nature Biotechnology, Population-specific differences in gene expression – Nature Genetics
31 Dec 2006
Summaries of newsworthy papers from Nature Research Journals include New breast cancer susceptibility gene identified, Evidence for a stem cell origin of cancer, Genetic risk factor for Crohn disease found and Tolerating the gut
24 Dec 2006
Summaries of newsworthy papers published online in Nature and the Nature Research Journals on 24 December 2006. Including: New genetic cause of an immunodeficiency syndrome found and New streptococcal virulence factors.
10 Dec 2006
Summaries of newsworthy papers published online on 10 December 2006 in Nature and Nature Research Journals. Lightning strikes twice for milk drinkers, How shigella causes dysentery, Sensing fungal infections, and Improving metagenomics efforts.
06 Dec 2006
Summaries of newsworthy papers from Nature Vol.444 No.7120 including Key influenza virus molecule visualised, Navigating the mouse brain, Protein blocks brain tumour growth, Targets for improvement in the developing world, Crime and punishment, New stable ‘table top’ particle accelerator, Big brown bats feel the magnetic force ...
26 Nov 2006
Summaries of newsworthy papers from Nature and Nature Research Journals include Prime cuts – Nature Immunology and A new tool to analyze bacteria in microbial ecosystems – Nature Methods
12 Nov 2006
Summaries of newsworthy papers include Molecule required for bone repair identified – Nature Genetics, Problems with a potential Alzheimer disease treatment – Nature Neuroscience
08 Oct 2006
Women with mutations in a gene called BRIP1 have twice the normal risk of breast cancer, according to a study to be published in the November issue of Nature Genetics.
29 Sep 2006
Recommendations published in the October issue of Nature Clinical Practice Gastroenterology & Hepatology should help physicians to identify quickly whether or not a patient is suitable for treatment with nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs).
24 Sep 2006
MINT’s R&D projects include decontamination of Cosmetics, Agrochemicals for Tropical Agriculture, Hydrogel, Bone Allograft, Study of Pesticides in Vegetables, Breeding of New Varieties of Bananas, developing new Radiopharmaceuticals and many more
06 Sep 2006
Cell biology: Understanding ageing, Planetary science: Asteroids show signs of ageing, Volcanology: The heat is on explosive eruptions, Cancer: Two faces of p53, Synthetic chemistry: Special protection, Fluid dynamics: Flows stay smooth, Bottom-dwellers use nitrate to survive in mud
03 Sep 2006
Nature Research Journals Press Release. Other newsworthy papers include Molecules as ID tags - Nature Materials; Excess Wnt kills - Nature Immunology
03 Jul 2006
Both fresh and preserved cortical bone allografts possessed osteoinductive and osteoconductive properties. However, the fresh grafts proved to be superior than the preserved grafts.
02 Jul 2006
The diagnosis and management of pseudoseizures or psychogenic non-epileptic events, Psychiatric symptoms in neurological practice, Neurological legal disability, Spectrum of motor neuron diseases with HIV-1 infection and many more
15 Jun 2006
Summaries of newsworthy papers from Nature Vol.441 No.7095 including Two become one, A glass from dry ice, Unhappy partners, Self-renewal understood, Sperm storage weakens immune system
13 Jun 2006
Understanding of the human genome, nuclear cloning, rational drug designing and application of high throughput screening in drug discovery programs, might lead to new drug discoveries for orphan diseases. Hence, there is hope in future for patients neglected by for-profit drug discovery efforts.
07 Jun 2006
Summaries of newsworthy papers appearing in Nature Vol.441 No.7094 dated 08 June 2006 also including: Twisted logic leads to elusive molecule; World's leggiest animal leaps back into limelight
24 May 2006
A totally allogeneic graft material that would eliminate the need for harvesting bone from patients has been produced. The experiment involved thirty-six critical size defects which were created in the bones of 18 rabbits. (Embargo lifted on 22nd May 2006)
21 May 2006
A solution to the problem of plasma instabilities that could threaten the commercial viability of fusion power is demonstrated by Todd Evans and colleagues in the June issue of Nature Physics.
16 May 2006
A totally allogeneic graft material that would eliminate the need for harvesting bone from patients has been produced. The experiment involved thirty-six critical size defects which were created in the bones of 18 rabbits.
12 Apr 2006
Summaries of newsworthy papers from Nature. Vol.440 No.7086 Dated 13 April 2006 including Watching synpases at work; The ‘impossible’ microbes; Doting mums let their kids eat them; The gas that won't settle down; A new spin on Vega; Catfish hunts on land

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