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30 Sep 2016
Exploit Technologies Pte. Ltd. and SELECTBIO invite you to join us for the 9th Annual Distinguished Technopreneur Speaker Forum taking place on the 14th October at the Matrix Building, Biopolis, Singapore.
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29 Sep 2016
New sensor design paves the way for safer and more effective brain monitoring.
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26 Sep 2016
An international team including researchers in France and Japan, using the green alga Chlamydomonas as a model, found a switch that triggers the suppression mechanism to prevent runaway photosynthesis. The switch is a blue light photoreceptor protein called phototropin. The research has been published in the September 22 issue of Nature.
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21 Sep 2016
A novel multi-potent drug removes arginine from the blood and kills cancer cells.
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05 Sep 2016
The fruit of the 'asam keping' tree can be used to prevent atherosclerosis - that is the hardening and narrowing of the arteries -, according to research.
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05 Sep 2016
Toxicologists in Malaysia published the first report on the venom proteome correlating toxic functionalities of the Malayan blue coral snake, an exotic species from the country. The toxins are unique among snakes and have deep implication on antivenom production and drug discovery.
31 Aug 2016
This conference will help to address the unmet clinical needs within this sector and provide a detailed overview of the current research, the latest innovations, the regulatory requirements, commercialisation of diagnostic innovations and market entry into Asia.
30 Aug 2016
Hokkaido University (HU) will launch three new graduate schools on April 1, 2017: the Graduate School of Biomedical Science and Engineering, the Graduate School of Infectious Diseases, and the Graduate School of Global Food Resources.
Drinking green tea to prevent artery explosion
23 Aug 2016
Green tea could prevent a deadly condition in the body's main artery. A Kyoto University team has found that abdominal aortic aneurysm -- a condition in which the main artery becomes overstretched and bloated -- developed less frequently in rats that drank green tea polyphenol, a major component of green tea.
16 Aug 2016
University of Malaya's Researchers have been recognized as Top Research Scientists of Malaysia (TRSM)
16 Aug 2016
With 40 international speakers, this comprehensive event will provide a detailed overview of the current research, the latest innovations, the regulatory requirements, commercialisation of diagnostic innovations and market entry into Asia.
11 Aug 2016
The Singapore Bioimaging Consortium (SBIC) and SELECTBIO invite you to join the 2nd Annual Bioimaging Asia, Metabolic – Neuro – Cancer – Cardiovascular, taking place on the 4-5 October at Academia, Singapore General Hospital.
27 Jul 2016
While breastfeeding has become more common across the globe in recent years, lactating women may not be aware of the nutrient adequacy of their breast milk and how their daily diet affects their nutrition intakes.
18 Jul 2016
Metabolic route explorer helps to optimize the pathways for artificial biosynthesis of valuable products.
13 Jul 2016
This comprehensive meeting will provide excellent learning and networking opportunities, with the leading international clinicians, researchers and solution providers.
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30 Jun 2016
SMART innovation - 3D microfluidic device with embedded electrodes - enables the application of an electric field therapy to single or aggregated cancer cells in a 3D microenvironment.
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24 Jun 2016
A researcher in Malaysia has developed an adjustable tables where the front portion can be tilted for easy reading and writing in order to minimize the ergonomic health risks among school children.
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20 Jun 2016
A receptor, first known for its role in mediating the harmful effects of the environmental pollutant dioxin in our body, is now understood to play other important roles in modulating the innate immune response.
07 Jun 2016
Pilot study lays the groundwork for future non-invasive diagnosis of bacterial infections.
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06 Jun 2016
Researchers in Malaysia have found a relationship between vitamin D deficiency and depressive symptoms among urban Malaysian women, especially among the ethnic Malay and Indian women. The study was recently published in the journal of Public Health Nutrition, the official journal of The Nutrition Society.
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02 Jun 2016
Individuals who get the flu vaccine lose their immunity to the H1N1 influenza virus in about two years, according to an analysis led by The Hong Kong Polytechnic University.
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30 May 2016
Universiti Putra Malaysia (UPM) has succeeded in producing a novel multi-purpose disposable Safety Syringe and a non-penetrative Vacuum Blood Container, or SJ-VacTube, the first to have been made in this country.
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27 May 2016
A new tool by Japan-based researchers predicts the risk of Zika virus importation and local transmission for 189 countries.
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23 May 2016
Scientists at Hokkaido University are getting closer to understanding the underlying mechanisms that lead to psoriasis.
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23 May 2016
Scientists in Japan have designed new molecules that modify the circadian rhythm, opening the way to the possibility of managing jet lag and improving treatments for sleep disorders.
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23 May 2016
Brightly fluorescent nanocrystals, called quantum dots, can be used to test the delivery of drugs packaged into nanocapsules.
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17 May 2016
Scientists at Taylor’s University in Malaysia and the Chinese University of Hong Kong are undertaking interdisciplinary research to understand the food habits of the people of Hong Kong.
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18 Apr 2016
Clover yellow vein virus produces a truncated form of the P3 protein that is indispensable for viral infection and multiplication.
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13 Apr 2016
The KeepAble Cancer Community is a cancer survivorship research with aims to spread awareness and promote cancer-related engagement with the public. Its primary aim for survivors is to facilitate their community wellness engagement and meeting point for survivors reach out for support, during the survivorship phase where they adjust to a new norm.
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05 Apr 2016
A non-invasive way to measure the level of glucose in saliva accurately.

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