28 Feb 2012
A study carried out by fourth year medical students of Universiti Malaysia Sarawak (UNIMAS) has shown that taking contraceptive pill is the most common method for birth control.
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24 Feb 2012
The RIKEN Center for Genomic Medicine is examining how drugs can be matched to a patient’s genetic information through the study of single nucleotide polymorphisms. Taisei Mushiroda from the Laboratory for Pharmacogenetics explains...
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23 Feb 2012
Universiti Sains Malaysia (USM) will highlight research findings to various other countries in the future.
22 Feb 2012
The Hong Kong Polytechnic University (PolyU) has recently received a generous donation of HK$10 million from Tai Hung Fai Charity Foundation to support the operation of "PolyU – Henry G. Leong Mobile Integrative Health Centre" for the next three years.
tumour protein
17 Feb 2012
By piecing together the interactions between a pair of proteins involved in colorectal cancer, researchers may have identified suitable targets for drug development
09 Feb 2012
Klinik UNIMAS Sebayor, complete with state-of-the-art facilities, is now operational. Its primary aim is to provide quality, cost-effective and comprehensive primary care to outpatients living in and around Kota Samarahan, Malaysia
USM book launch
07 Feb 2012
'What you need to know about Generic Drugs'
Overview of HIS structure
06 Feb 2012
Professor Sadahiko Kano from the Faculty of International Research and Education, Waseda University, explores the challenges for international standardization.
27 Jan 2012
Latest News from Nature, 27 January 2011
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27 Jan 2012
A large-scale study of East Asian individuals reveals a number of previously overlooked genetic variants with potential roles in a number of metabolic diseases
23 Jan 2012
The journals Nature and Science are jointly publishing a letter, signed by numerous researchers, declaring a voluntary pause on research involving highly pathogenic avian influenza H5N1 viruses.
tai chi
20 Jan 2012
Researchers of The Hong Kong Polytechnic University (PolyU)'s Department of Rehabilitation Sciences have developed a novel set of simplified Tai Chi exercise for visually impaired elderly people. They also found the new exercise good for improving their sense of balance control and reducing the risk of fall.
20 Jan 2012
Presenters from Japan and Singapore gathered at the National University of Singapore to discuss the latest research in infectious diseases
18 Jan 2012
Latest news from Scientific American 17 January 2012
18 Jan 2012
High-tech plastics for better food and medicine packaging as well as more durable paints and varnishes will be developed by a new Industrial Coating and Packaging (ICAP) consortium, helmed by the Institute of Materials Research and Engineering (IMRE), a research institute of Singapore’s Agency for Science, Technology and Research (A*STAR).
10 Jan 2012
After a lengthy study spanning over four years, Professor Pauline Cho from the School of Optometry at The Hong Kong Polytechnic University (PolyU) and her research team concluded that orthokeratology not only can correct refractive error, but also effective in slowing the progression of myopia.
23 Dec 2011
First Detailed Elucidation of Heat Generation Mechanism.
23 Dec 2011
Identification of genetic variations that increase the risk of adult asthma will lead to better understanding of this disease
22 Dec 2011
Latest news ftom Nature 22 December 2011
16 Dec 2011
Universiti Teknologi MARA (UiTM) is on track with its agenda to pursue scholarships and academic excellence at international level through proposed collaborations with its long-time American partner, Ohio University (OU).
15 Dec 2011
Latest news from Nature 14 December 2011
14 Dec 2011
Breaking news from Nature Neuropsychopharmacology
13 Dec 2011
Insights in neuroscience research from the Toyohashi Tech Bulletin
13 Dec 2011
The prevalence of computer networks for sharing resources places increasingly high requirements on the reliability of data centres. The simplest way to diagnose abnormalities in these systems is to monitor the output of each component but this is not always effective.
02 Dec 2011
School enrollment and nutrition also suffer, new study says
30 Nov 2011
Latest news from Nature 30 November 2011
25 Nov 2011
Research on the mechanism that controls neuron firing in the rat brain reveals a surprise for neuroscientists
24 Nov 2011
Latest news from Nature Reviews Cancer
24 Nov 2011
Brain imaging experiments uncouple two apparently intimately connected mental processes
23 Nov 2011
Latest News from Nature 23 November 2011


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