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Smart Baby Pillow 1
24 Jan 2018
A team of students, affiliated with South Korea's Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology (UNIST) has succeeded in developing a smart baby pillow to help prevent and correct mild cases of flat head syndrome. This innovative device has also recently won a gold award at a business idea competition.
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23 Jan 2018
In the University of Nottingham Malaysia, a team of chemical and food engineers from the Food and Pharmaceutical Engineering Research Group are investigating drying and dehydration of various food materials using advance dryers.
Geophones set up
22 Jan 2018
Geophysical modeling of one of the world’s most important fossil sites reveals the history of the site where early humankind evolved.
Cells without CD34
22 Jan 2018
The protein CD34 is predominantly regarded as a marker of blood-forming stem cells but it helps with migration to the bone marrow too.
Researchers in applied physics at KAUST
22 Jan 2018
Fine tuning the composition of nitride alloys can further the development of optical and electronic interface devices.
Crystal Clear
22 Jan 2018
Atomic-resolution transmission electron microscopy of electron beam-sensitive crystalline materials
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19 Jan 2018
Atomic-resolution transmission electron microscopy of electron beam-sensitive crystalline materials
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18 Jan 2018
Novel video feature extractor uses 20 times less power than existing chips and could reduce the size of untethered vision systems down to the millimetre range
Professor Hoon-Eui Jeong and Hyun-Ha Park at UNIST
16 Jan 2018
An international team of researchers, affiliated with South Korea's Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology (UNIST) has succeeded in developing a new type of underwater adhesives that are tougher than the natural biological counterpart.
16 Jan 2018
Call for Papers Do not miss the abstract submission deadline: 20 JAN 2018 (Extended)
Maintaining canola oil quality
15 Jan 2018
A new method helps clarify how canola and other edible oils deteriorate, providing valuable insight for prevention.
Making waves
14 Jan 2018
Wavy transistors that vertically gain width without increasing their on-chip footprint could drive future flexible displays.
Sampling the briny deep
14 Jan 2018
Genomes of single microbial cells isolated from the Red Sea could yield a goldmine for biotechnology.
Prof. Mani Sarathy
14 Jan 2018
The transition to renewables will take decades, so we must rush to clean up conventional fuel combustion, says Mani Sarathy.
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11 Jan 2018
Professor David Chen and Dr Li Jianfeng found the apparent temperature (AP) increased faster than air temperature (AT) over land in the past few decades, especially in the low latitude areas, and the rise is expected to continue in the future. This finding was recently published in Nature Climate Change.
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09 Jan 2018
A research team in Hong Kong has developed a new method for rapid authentication of Chinese herbal medicines, including Ganoderma (known as Lingzhi in Chinese), and Gastrodiae Rhizoma (known as Tianma in Chinese).
Trawling for plastics
08 Jan 2018
The Red Sea has relatively low amounts of floating plastic debris in its surface waters due to fewer sources or faster removal.
08 Jan 2018
Theoretical simulations reveal how small amounts of friction on an object’s surface can trigger drag-reducing eddy currents.
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08 Jan 2018
A new statistical technique could be used to more accurately locate global wind resources.
04 Jan 2018
Hong Kong Baptist University scholars have invented a new class of cyanine compounds that can be used for detection, imaging and thus treatment of Alzheimer’s disease.
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01 Jan 2018
Synchrotron study reveals oxygen’s influence on the chemistry that surrounds us.
Robot Swarm
01 Jan 2018
Coordinated robot swarms can achieve amazing feats, but even a single faulty unit can have serious consequences.
29 Dec 2017
An easy and reliable assembly approach, inspired by building blocks, challenges the current fabrication of electronic systems.
algal symbiont
29 Dec 2017
Jumping genes could make an alga, and its coral host, more tolerant to warming sea temperatures.
Pollen tube guidance by LURE within the pistil.
29 Dec 2017
~ Solving the cocrystal structure of a pollen tube attractant and its receptor ~
28 Dec 2017
Charcoal remains after a forest fire help decompose fine roots in the soil, potentially accelerating CO2 emissions in boreal forests.
Professor Guntae Kim 1
26 Dec 2017
An joint research team, affiliated with South Korea's Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology (UNIST) has introduced the Hybrid-SOEC system with highest reported electrochemical performance in hydrogen production.
Professor Ho Ri Moon 2
26 Dec 2017
An international team of researchers, affiliated with South Korea's Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology (UNIST) has succeeded in developing a novel deuterium separation method, using a special class of metal organic frameworks (MOFs) whose pore dimensions change upon gas adsorption.
26 Dec 2017
Scientists have revealed more details of the molecular mechanism behind neuronal cell death in amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), a step forward to find ways to control progression of the disease.

Events

08 Mar 2006
Ethical considerations underpin many of the major global issues facing the international community today – climate change, avian influenza and intellectual property rights, to name a few. Technological innovations have progressed at such a rapid pace that public debate on ethical issues has had trouble keeping up.
23 Jan 2006
"Emergencies and Disasters: Pearls for the 21st Century Primary Health Care Provider" is especially significant in this day of major calamities and disasters which unexpectedly come at any time and any place. Readiness to meet the challenges that such emergencies bring may be the deciding factor that will determine the possible outcome.
05 Jun 2006
Sample of abstract:“Healers use a variety of material medica including plants, animals and minerals. There were 363 species/types recorded for treating 91 health conditions.” The annual meeting of the Society of Economic Botanists will bring together the current research in this important and interesting field
06 Jun 2006
The Conference on Natural Resources in the Tropics is designed to bring out the latest R & D findings in the utilization and management of natural resources particularly in ASEAN countries to the private sector, researchers, academicians, managers of resources, industrialists and policy makers.
06 Aug 2006
By 2006 the tangible impact on human health of the Human Genome Project and advances in genomic science and biotechnology will make attendance at the 11th Congress essential for health professionals and genetic scientists alike.
19 Jun 2006
bioLOGIC Europe is firmly established as Europe’s most prestigious series of strategic biomanufacturing conferences
05 Jun 2006
This conference is where the ideas, intelligence and relationships develop the business models of the future
20 Mar 2006
It is a knowledge experience, business meeting and marketplace from all parts of the world. A unique chance to meet, learn from and network with the Directors of the entire global industry in one place.
23 Mar 2006
The meeting is organized within the theme of low cost technology for water treatment, and also preserving the environment by improving water management policies and reducing water pollution through adequate water treatment technologies.
14 Mar 2006
Incoroprating Seminar on 'Transgenic Plants: A Challenge to Natural Farming and Nature Survival' on March 14, 2006.
14 Jan 2006
Site characterisation traditionally relies on closely spaced boreholes, which is relatively expensive when compared to the use of subsurface geophysics used in conjunction with a few boreholes.
02 Dec 2005
Theme: Advanced technologies for building sustainable society
17 Dec 2005
Krabi Town will also play host to a series of international meetings on waterbird and wetland strategic planning and conservation between 15-20 December
14 Jan 2006
This event is Free of charge and will be conducted in English
25 Feb 2006
Human and Nature – Working Together for Sustainable Development of Dry Lands
29 Nov 2005
The CWANA region covers an area of 1.7 billion ha with an estimated population of over 700 million people and a huge potential for regional seed market.
29 Nov 2005
A host of dignitaries, including the Prime Minister of Jordan, will join TWAS members to discuss the state of science in the developing world.
21 Nov 2005
The meeting is which will focus on "Women’s Impact on Science and Technology in the New Millennium" is expected to attract more than 200 women scientists from around the world.
16 Nov 2005
This is expected to be the most productive COP in the convention’s history. The Conference agenda is underpinned by a common feeling of urgency to meet objectives to halt or reduce global biodiversity losses by 2010.
28 Nov 2005
Among the sub-themes include: sustainable development and water management, public awareness, water education, socio-economic and legal issues, the environment, engineering, modelling and traditional water management
19 Sep 2005
Training course on "Bioinformatics and Functional Genomics of Insect Vectors of Human Diseases"
03 Oct 2005
Training Course on Bioinformatics Applied to Tropical Diseases in Southeast Asia
06 Jul 2005
This event provides a good opportunity to review the contribution to health that pesticide make, as well as the safety concerns that consumers in Asia have about pest control chemicals
03 Jul 2005
3rd International Conference on Materials for Advanced Technologies (ICMAT2005) and the International Union of Materials Research Societies' 9th International Conference on Advanced Materials (ICAM2005)
07 Dec 2005
Nutrigenomics is an exciting new scientific frontier integrating genomic technologies with nutrition knowledge. The Conference will address the relevance of nutrigenomics to meet public health needs of Asian populations.
23 Oct 2005
International Union of Radio Science, universally referred to as URSI (Union Radio-Scientifique Internationale), is one of 25 Scientific Unions, which adhere to International Council for Science (ICSU).
13 Dec 2005
The objective of this workshop is to bring together researchers to promote interactions and discussions on selected aspects of the physics and technology of semiconductor devices.
04 Dec 2005
The 17th Asia Pacific Microwave Conference (APMC 2005) will be held in the Suzhou International Conference Hall, Suzhou, China, in Dec. 4-7, 2005.

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