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Stimulating Blood Vessel Formation with Magnets

Stimulating blood vessel formation with magnets

Health, Medicine08 Mar 2022National Institute for Materials Science (NIMS)
A magnetic field could boost blood vessel growth to regenerate damaged tissue.
Better memristors for brain-like computing

Better memristors for brain-like computing

Artificial Intelligence08 Mar 2022National Institute for Materials Science (NIMS)
Neurone-like junctions made of mixed oxide-based materials could reduce the massive energy consumption of artificial intelligence operations.
Testing liquid flow

Giving liquid flow a guiding hand

Inventions, Plants & Animals, Science08 Mar 2022City University of Hong Kong (CityU)
A surprising tree-inspired discovery is helping scientists design surfaces that encourage different liquids to move in varying directions.

Lessons from the dead

Diseases, Environment, Plants & Animals08 Mar 2022City University of Hong Kong (CityU)
Whale and dolphin post-mortem imaging could breathe new life into marine conservation.
Robot hand with crossed flexure hinge (CFH) system

A helping hand for working robots

Robots, Technology08 Mar 2022Daegu Gyeongbuk Institute of Science and Technology (DGIST)
A reimagined robot hand combines strength with flexibility and resilience, sidestepping problems with existing designs.

Asia's race to outsmart antimicrobial resistance

Diseases, Health, Medicine08 Mar 2022Asia Research News
Asia Research News surveyed institutions in Asia to learn about their latest contributions to antimicrobial resistance research.
Streptococcus pneumoniae bacteria

Antimicrobial resistance: The silent pandemic

Diseases, Medicine08 Mar 2022Asia Research News
The Asian Development Bank partnered with global institutions to examine efforts to curb one of humanity’s most significant global health threats.
Children and workers

The global burden of bacterial drug resistance

Diseases, Medicine08 Mar 2022Asia Research News
A recent study in The Lancet provides the most comprehensive understanding of this global health problem to-date.
Social Sciences and Coivd-19: The Southeast Asia Response - Report Cover

Social science missing from Asia's COVID-19 response

Covid-19, Diseases, People, Politics28 Feb 2022International Development Research Centre (IDRC)
Policy-makers should engage more closely with social scientists to understand the socio-economic, cultural and political contexts behind the behaviours we need to change in response to global crises.

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