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09 Mar 2015
Using an initiated chemical vapor deposition technique, the research team created an ultrathin polymeric insulating layer essential in realizing transistors with flexibility and low power consumption. This advance is expected to accelerate the commercialization of wearable and soft electronics.
18 Feb 2015
A fluorescent probe for labeling mitochondria helps scientists study fat-burning brown adipose tissue
15 Feb 2015
The Hong Kong Polytechnic University (PolyU) entered into a license agreement today with a global oncology specialist company, Kinex Pharmaceuticals, Inc. (Kinex).
11 Feb 2015
Talented Nigerian, Sudanese and Vietnamese scientists honored at AAAS Annual Meeting
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29 Jan 2015
IBN’s MedTech innovation simplifies diagnosis of infectious diseases
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10 Dec 2014
Malaysia’s first indigenous Hydrogen Fuel Cell vehicle was launched by Education Minister II Datuk Seri Idris Jusoh at The National University of Malaysia (UKM).
01 Dec 2014
Hub will leverage strategic public-public and public-private partnerships to accelerate market readiness of locally developed diagnostic products
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27 Nov 2014
High Impact Research (HIR) is pleased to announce “twin” publications in the Journal of Pathology (Impact factor 7.33; Ranked 3/76 in Pathology and 15/203 in Oncology) by Dr. Yap Lee Fah and her research team from the Faculty of Dentistry, University of Malaya.
Figure 1. Mouse measuring the seasonal time. (Mice on the ancient Japanese clock ‘Wadokei’)
04 Nov 2014
Scientists at ITbM, Nagoya University and the University of Chicago have discovered the mechanism on how a single hormone manages to trigger two different functions, i.e. seasonal sensing and metabolism, without any cross activity.
02 Nov 2014
The Singapore Institute of Manufacturing Technology (SIMTech) and Select Biosciences South East Asia present the second annual Lab-on-a-Chip Asia – Microfluidics and Point-of-Care Diagnostics.
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14 Oct 2014
Dr. Ranga Rao Ambati is a Senior Research Fellow in the Institute of Ocean and Earth Sciences at the University of Malaya, Malaysia. He has been working in the interdisciplinary fields of micro algal biotechnology, food biotechnology, food science and technology, chemistry and biochemistry.
08 Oct 2014
An optimized technique allows B cells to be transfected with extraneous DNA without the use of viruses
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10 Jul 2014
(Okayama, Japan, 10 July) Okayama University researchers seek partners to commercialize a clinically proven non-invasive fluorescence virus-guided capture system of human colorectal circulating tumor cells (CTCs) from blood samples for genetic testing. This non-invasive companion diagnostics is important for personalized targeted cancer therapy.
02 Jul 2014
A simple and inexpensive fabrication procedure boosts the light-capturing capabilities of tiny holes carved into silicon wafers.
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25 Jun 2014
(Okayama, Japan, 25 June 2014) Research highlights in the June issue of the Okayama University e-Bulletin include innovative pendulum dynamo for converting tidal energy to electricity; models for breeding plants; unique insights into photosynthesis and Photosystem II; repairing DNA; and developing lithium-ion baterries with help from bacteria.
18 Jun 2014
Vulnerable coastal communities in Sri Lanka now have more tools to help them survive tsunamis, cyclones, and other rapid-onset natural disasters. This increased preparedness flows from IDRC-supported research that evaluated the best means of alerting communities to approaching danger.
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22 Apr 2014
Two groups of researchers have recently advanced the field of solar cells with a cheaper and efficient replacement for platinum and better synthesis of zinc oxide.
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02 Apr 2014
Singapore, 2 April 2014: The Singapore Institute of Manufacturing Technology (SIMTech) has inked three collaboration agreements that will play a part in speeding up the growth and development of the microfluidics industry.
27 Mar 2014
A thinner probe array that uses a silicon-based microstructure could underpin safer neural implants
25 Feb 2014
(Okayama, Japan, 26 Feb) Highlights include genetic engineering for elimination of quiescent human cancer stem cells; the first recovery of significant rock sections from fast-spreading lower oceanic crust; blood screening test for malignant pleural mesotheliomaearth science; and cancer stem cell niche.
11 Feb 2014
Advancement in materials science and engineering enables research to be carried out to produce lightweight materials that are comparable in performance to their contemporaries.
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29 Jan 2014
An unusual reprogramming phenomenon by which the fate of somatic cells can be drastically altered through changes to the external environment is described in two papers in this week’s Nature.
22 Jan 2014
Innovative electrodes allow new computer memory technologies to be compatible with existing circuitry
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20 Jan 2014
ACM Biolabs, a spin-off company from A*STAR’s Institute of Materials Research and Engineering (IMRE), will market novel plastic cell membranes to be used as low-cost, easily maintained drug targets that may help shorten the drug discovery process by weeks or months and cut cost by two-thirds.
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15 Jan 2014
A portable instrument that replaces a full-size laboratory provides accurate multi-element analysis in less than a minute
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06 Jan 2014
Singapore, 6 Jan - Tera-Barrier Films invents alternative stretchable plastic for prolonging shelf-life of pharmaceuticals, food and electronics.
19 Dec 2013
Sheets of carbon just one atom thick could make effective transparent electrodes in certain types of photovoltaic cells
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17 Dec 2013
Researchers have successfully developed a realistic theoretical model that provides a rational explanation for the spontaneous oscillatory contraction (SPOC) of muscle. The findings were published in Physical Review Letters recently.
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08 Dec 2013
Prof. Naohiro Hozumi of Toyohashi Tech explains “Instead of waiting an hour or more, tissue can be tested almost immediately and because the reflected sound varies depending on the type of cancer, a doctor can interpret the type of disease from the image by comparing it to a reference material.”
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29 Nov 2013
Tokyo, 29 Nov- Researchers at Waseda University in Japan have identified key information to help explain the formation of the “spindle apparatus”, a structure required for cell division. Their findings shed light on the mechanisms behind “self-organization” – an essential characteristic of biological structures.

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