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25 Sep 2015
Hormone found to be critical in promoting growth of human embryonic stem cells, paving way for improved regenerative medicine and cell-based therapies.
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22 Sep 2015
Identifying the underlying mechanisms of this accelerated ageing syndrome progeria brings scientists one step closer to slowing down the ageing process.
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10 Sep 2015
Researchers in Japan succeeded in producing highly reproducible and highly stable perovskite solar cells by a low-temperature solution process. The results were published the Journal of Materials Chemistry A issued by the Royal Society of Chemistry (UK).
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01 Sep 2015
Researchers from Korea and US have constructed a biological circuit that spans two genetically engineered strains of bacteria, one serves as an activator and the other as a repressor to regulate gene expression across multiple cell types, and found that the circuit generates surprisingly robust rhythms under various conditions.
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12 Aug 2015
Researchers in Singapore have invented an “intelligent continence management system” comprising a thin disposable sensor strip which has the potential to improve the care of elderly and bedridden patients.
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12 Aug 2015
Findings will advance our understanding of how cellular metabolism changes during aging and during rejuvenation after egg fertilisation.
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27 Jul 2015
Single gene regulates Casparian strip formation
14 Jul 2015
Collaboration Addresses A Critical Need in Biopharmaceutical Industry
07 Jul 2015
SINGAPORE & EUROPE FORGE DEEPER TIES IN THE LIFE SCIENCES THROUGH MILESTONE COOPERATION AGREEMENT
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06 Jul 2015
Genome-wide identification of Sox9 regulatory system
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06 Jul 2015
How does single "RISC" accurately cleave and release target RNAs?
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06 Jul 2015
Findings open up possibilities for more targeted therapeutic cures for the disease
24 Jun 2015
University of Malaya Student won the Best Poster Award at the 8th ACCMS conference at the National Taiwan University of Science and Technology (NTUST), Taipei, Taiwan from June 16-18 2015
18 Jun 2015
Japanese researchers at the National Institute for Materials Science (NIMS) have achieved a 15% energy conversion efficiency in perovskite solar cells for the first time in the world, as officially recognized by an international public test centre. The research group was led by Dr. Liyuan Han, leader of the Photovoltaic Materials Unit at NIMS.
18 Jun 2015
IME’s rare cell isolation technology will eliminate risk of pregnancy loss associated with invasive diagnostic testing, paving the way for effective therapy treatments of genetic fetal abnormalities.
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27 May 2015
A biosensor capable of sensitively detecting influenza viruses has potential for improving clinical diagnosis of Influenza A.
13 May 2015
Blocking the spliceosome delays the progression of lymphoma in mice
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30 Apr 2015
The NameExoWorlds contest, organised by the IAU and Zooniverse, is now entering its next stage. The 20 most popular ExoWorlds have been made available for naming proposals from registered clubs and non-profit organisations.
24 Apr 2015
Chinese scientists say they’ve genetically modified human embryos for the very first time. The work was reported in the journal Protein & Cell. Here are some expert comments thanks to the UK and Australian Science Media Centre.
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23 Apr 2015
KAIST researchers published an article on the development of a novel technique to precisely track the 3-D positions of optically-trapped particles having complicated geometry in high speed in the April 2015 issue of Optica.
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07 Apr 2015
Researchers in South Korea have developed a new highly efficacious anti-cancer nanotechnology by delivering anti-cancer drugs uniformly to an entire tumor.
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07 Apr 2015
Until now electric fences and trenches have proved to be the most effective way of protecting farms and villages from night time raids by hungry elephants. But researchers think they may have come up with another solution – the recorded sound of angry predators.
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27 Mar 2015
KAIST researchers discovered that the protein N-ethylmaleimide-sensitive factor (NSF) unravels a single SNARE complex using one round ATP turnover by tearing the complex with a single burst, contradicting a previous theory that it unwinds in a processive manner.
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26 Mar 2015
Replacement of toxic chemical components by non-toxic natural analogs is a popular approach in sustainable projects. The study carried out at Zelinsky Institute of Organic Chemistry (Moscow) has shown that partial replacement of chemical compounds by their natural analogs may surprisingly lead to even more toxic products.
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23 Mar 2015
KAIST researchers have discovered that brain somatic mutations in the MTOR gene induce intractable epilepsy and suggest a precision medicine to treat epileptic seizures.
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17 Mar 2015
The Singapore Bioimaging Consortium and Select Biosciences South East Asia are pleased to report on the success of The Clinical Applications of Stem Cells, which took place at The Academia, Singapore General Hospital Campus, Singapore on the 26-27 February 2015.
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12 Mar 2015
A cost-effective method uses fungi to convert palm oil waste to green products
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12 Mar 2015
Cheap, environmentally friendly solar cells are produced by minimizing disruptive surface layers
12 Mar 2015
Tiny conjugated polyelectrolyte-nanoparticle probes produced by ultrasonication prove superior to commercial products
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12 Mar 2015
A newly developed user interface, the “i-Mouse,” in the K-Glass 2 tracks the user’s gaze and connects the device to the Internet through blinking eyes such as winks. This low-power interface provides smart glasses with an excellent user experience, with a long-lasting battery and augmented reality.

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