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24 Nov 2016
A joint team has developed cryogenic microwave photodetector which is able to detect 100,000 times smaller light energy compared to the existing photedetectors. The significance is DGIST have developed the world's first microwave photodetector using graphene device.
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24 Nov 2016
Researchers of Universiti Putra Malaysia (UPM) have succeeded in developing Eco-Zyme, an enzyme that is extracted from locally isolated microbes to help in the process of kenaf retting in order to obtain kenaf fibres.
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23 Nov 2016
A research team in South Korea developed electrodes that can measure biological signals. They can diagnose bio-signals such as brain waves, electrocardiograms, eye movements, and muscle activities in conjunction with Internet of Things (IoT) devices without additional analysis and measurement equipment.
22 Nov 2016
Solar radiation management (SRM) could help control global temperatures. But while most research and discussions have taken place in developed countries, developing countries stand to be most affected by SRM. The Solar Radiation Management Governance Initiative (SRMGI) addresses this imbalance by organizing workshops around the developing world.
18 Nov 2016
A detailed new report surveys a broad cross-section of biotechnology work across developing countries, revealing steady growth in fields tied to human well-being worldwide.
18 Nov 2016
The president of the Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology (UNIST), South Korea, has announced its action plan for the Fourth Industrial Revolution.
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17 Nov 2016
Insight into the role of a three-ring ligand may improve palladium-catalyzed reactions used for synthesizing organic products.
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15 Nov 2016
Standardized reporting of energy conversion efficiency could help to develop photocatalysts to produce renewable fuels.
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15 Nov 2016
A research team in Japan developed a technique to quantitatively evaluate the internal magnetic structure of permanent magnet materials using a neutron beam.
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12 Nov 2016
Plant biologists at ITbM have made a key discovery that the contents in pollen tubes alone can increase the size of seeds, without the need for fertilization. This finding may be useful in developing crops, which can develop seeds under unfavorable environmental conditions where fertilization does not readily occur.
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09 Nov 2016
Sophisticated statistical methods can detect ozone pollution hot spots and monitor instrument failure.
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09 Nov 2016
A researcher in South Korea has created a life-size humanoid telepresence robot on a drone platform, which allows users a virtual flight experience and an opportunity to interact with people at remote locations.
08 Nov 2016
Minister for Trade and Industry (Industry) S. Iswaran outlined the new energy realities facing the global energy landscape, and made a series of announcements on Singapore’s efforts to address the realities.
03 Nov 2016
A laser developed at Agency for Science, Technology and Research (A*STAR), Singapore, can produce infrared beams over an unprecedented range of wavelengths
03 Nov 2016
A quantum effect allows infrared measurements to be performed by detecting visible light, bringing opportunities for cheaper, better performance spectroscopy
03 Nov 2016
A PhD student from The University of Nottingham Malaysia Campus has recently won the ‘Highly Commended Award’ at the U21 Three Minute Thesis competition for her talk on the potential to transform wireless signals into energy which can power up small devices.
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03 Nov 2016
As online security becomes more complex, we need to look beyond text-based user authentication to keep the ‘bad guys’ out, says a researcher at the Singapore Management University (SMU).
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03 Nov 2016
Using mobile sensing technology, a researcher at the Singapore Management University (SMU) is studying how people communicate with each other.
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03 Nov 2016
Developing new software is not only technically challenging but also requires an understanding of how people will adopt it, says Dr Wolfram Schulte, former director of engineering at Microsoft, at the recent IEEE/ACM International Conference on Automated Software Engineering (ASE 2016).
03 Nov 2016
The event, congregating leaders and experts from Australia and New Zealand will be a remarkable platform to deliberate on disruptive technologies and new business models.
03 Nov 2016
Educators, policymakers and technology leaders will be coming together on 9th-10th November at Suntec Convention Centre in Singapore to address some of the major challenges faced by modern day educational institutions, both K-12 and tertiary, from across Asia.
02 Nov 2016
Materials science, genomics and much more at MIT Tech Review’s EmTech Asia
27 Oct 2016
Going beyond just showcasing the technologies themselves, EduTECH Asia focuses on how tech is enabling a radical transformation of the education sector from pedagogy to curriculum design to facilities requirements.
26 Oct 2016
Tin selenide is an effective host for storing sodium ions, making it a promising material for sodium ion batteries.
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26 Oct 2016
New heights reached for solids that capture carbon dioxide at low concentrations in gas mixtures.
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26 Oct 2016
Significantly improves suspension performance and collect suspension energy.
25 Oct 2016
It was announced by Minister for Trade and Industry (Industry) S Iswaran at the Singapore International Energy Week 2016.
21 Oct 2016
A fast and relatively simple attack on second generation digital mobile phone communications highlights the need to update security on older mobile networks.
19 Oct 2016
Smart bandage technology provides instant updates on the condition of chronic wounds through a mobile phone app.
19 Oct 2016
A clean, green, metal-free approach to making high-performance polycarbonates.

Events

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.
05 Sep 2005
This conference will bridge computational sciences and immunology with the theme: "Nurturing Immune-Based Computing for Wealth Creation and Technology Advancement"
22 Aug 2005
This International Symposium emphasises the usage of GIS as a tool for conducting spatial analyses and for aquatic sciences.
09 Jun 2005
The "2005 Euro-Malaysia ICT Cooperation Event" (or "EuroMalaysia2005") is an event organised at the initiative of the European Commission (DG Information Society) and of MIMOS Berhad.
11 Dec 2005
Field-programmable devices combine the flexibility of software with the performance of hardware and have become an important topic of research for universities, government, and industry worldwide.
20 Jul 2005
CIVR aims to provide an international forum for the discussion of research challenges and the exchange of ideas among researchers and practitioners in image/video retrieval technologies.
31 Oct 2005
The development of optimization techniques is pivotal in pushing technology frontiers in the eBusiness era. The goal of SJOM 2005 meeting is to bring together optimization practitioners and researchers in the areas of optimization theories and practices.

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