Press releases

Asia Research News
02 Jul 2005
United Nations Volunteers Programme Assignment - Wetland Biodiversity Conservation And Sustainable Use In China Project. Contact: Ms Doris Vogl <[email protected]>
ICDDR,B: Centre for Health and Population Research
22 Jun 2005
The pandemic strains of V. parahaemolyticus have been isolated for the first time in sub-Saharan Africa.
PCAMRD
22 Jun 2005
The annual activity of the Department of Science and Technology showcasing the results of researches conducted and services being offered by the Councils and its attached agencies.
De La Salle University
14 Jun 2005
The project seeks to create a software that can translate texts in the English language to Filipino and vice-versa.
De La Salle University
14 Jun 2005
Professor, Dr. Pag-asa Gaspillo, won this year's grand prize for her research and innovative solutions to reduce water pollution.
Keio University
13 Jun 2005
Keio Research Institute at SFC
Keio University
13 Jun 2005
Global security research on current issues
Keio University
13 Jun 2005
Keio Economic Observatory
Keio University
13 Jun 2005
21st Century Bioscience Research Institute
Keio University
13 Jun 2005
The Institute of Integrated Medical Research on Shinanomachi Campus
12 Jun 2005
Antibiotic resistance is a rising concern. This research compares two different brands of vaccine, ie the investigational vaccine and an already marketed vaccine with brand name 'X', in healthy subjects aged between 10 and 25 years
PCAMRD
12 Jun 2005
Isolation of carrageenase and agarase-producing bacterium from sea urchin
12 Jun 2005
Open reading frame yjbI of Bacillus Subtilis codes for truncated hemoglobin
12 Jun 2005
A study on 60 rural children for Hepatitis-B vaccine, Revac-B showed it is highly immunogenic and well tolerated.
Nature Publishing Group
11 Jun 2005
Biochemistry: Finding nitric oxide in an oxygen haystack Drug discovery: Keeping iron away from bacteria Microbiology: Structure of the quorum-sensing pheromone ComX revealed
Nature Publishing Group
11 Jun 2005
Press release for 19 May issue of Nature. Vol 435, no. 7040
Nanyang Technological University
10 Jun 2005
Tuberculosis detection in the future will become faster, cheaper and easier using an innovative device developed by Nanyang Technological University (NTU).
Nanyang Technological University
10 Jun 2005
Nanyang Technological University (NTU) have come up with an innovation designed to help prevent incidents of drowning in swimming pools.
Nanyang Technological University
10 Jun 2005
Nanyang Technological University researchers led by Asst Prof Koh Tong San from School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering (EEE) have come up with a new method of taking images of a cancer tumour.
Nanyang Technological University
10 Jun 2005
NTU has come up with a cost-effective and environmentally-friendly way of converting food scrapes into valuable natural gases.
Nanyang Technological University
10 Jun 2005
NTU has successfully developed Singapore's first fingerprint detection and imaging device that is capable of identifying and capturing "hard to detect" fingerprint images.
Asia Research News
09 Jun 2005
National University of Singapore’s institute for research and education programmes in global logistics wins accolades for third consecutive year at 2005 Asian Freight & Supply Chain Awards
Nature Publishing Group
09 Jun 2005
A new study in Nature Methods expands on a powerful, previously described technique for the targeted deactivation of specific protein kinases. These findings promise to considerably simplify the study of this very important class of proteins.
National University of Singapore
08 Jun 2005
National University of Singapore signed Memorandum of Understanding with Swedish Royal Institute of Technology (KTH) to establish fourth overseas college.
National University of Singapore
07 Jun 2005
The quantity and variety of artifacts dug up give credence to a theory that Singapore was strategically important as a thriving economy and bustling trading settlement as early as the 14th century.
National University of Singapore
07 Jun 2005
Family business will never go out of business. That is the conclusion of Associate Professor Henry Yeung Wai-chung after more than 10 years of research into how the family business operates, in particular, the Chinese family business.
National University of Singapore
07 Jun 2005
The team has identified foetal nucleated "erythrocytes" (bone marrow cells which later become red blood cells) as ideal for non-invasive prenatal diagnosis. These cells are extracted from the maternal blood.
Nature Publishing Group
07 Jun 2005
Nature and the Nature research journals press release for papers that go live on Sunday 5 June 2005
Nature Publishing Group
07 Jun 2005
Press release for Nature 2 June issue. Vol 435, no 7042
Nature Publishing Group
07 Jun 2005
Press release for Nature and Nature research journals papers that go live on Sunday 29 May 2005.