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Asia Research News
23 Oct 2005
This URSI General Assembly will be held in New Delhi in 2005. Around 1000 delegates (inclusive of 150 young and talented scientists) from different parts of the world in the telecommunication sector are expected to participate in the event.
Divan Enterprise (indianjournals.com)
23 Oct 2005
Mining is carried out in India in different geological, topographical, and climatological settings. As a result, a variety of environmental management practices, suitable for individual mineral deposits and locations have been developed.
Nature Publishing Group
23 Oct 2005
Nature and the Nature Research Journals Press Release-For papers published online on 23 October 2005
Nature Publishing Group
23 Oct 2005
A simplified strategy for modifying complex sugar molecules, could dramatically increase the ease and speed with which scientists tackle important issues relating to tumor detection and the pathology of infectious diseases.
Universiti Sains Malaysia
23 Oct 2005
Commercial haemosthetic agents available in the market are expensive and most of them are produced from animal gelatine and therefore not acceptable for some segments of the community
Keio University
23 Oct 2005
The September issue of The Keio Journal of Medicine is now online.
Universiti Sains Malaysia
19 Oct 2005
Worm monitor is a new 24/7 monitoring application that monitors and pinpoints sources of worms in a LAN
Nature Publishing Group
19 Oct 2005
Chemists have invented an efficient way to incorporate oxygen directly from the air into the hydrocarbon molecules found in oil and gas; Scientists reveal how arranging dopants into regular arrays can improve device performance
Nature Publishing Group
19 Oct 2005
Academics and physicians who write the rules on how to prescribe drugs have extensive financial connections with the pharmaceutical industry, according to an investigation by Nature.
Nature Publishing Group
18 Oct 2005
Some patients who suffer a right-hemisphere stroke develop a syndrome called 'neglect', in which they ignore the entire left side of their bodies. Researchers have found that this is caused by intact areas of the brain connected to the damaged areas.
Universiti Sains Malaysia
18 Oct 2005
USM researchers have produced a biopolymer with superior properties from palm kernel oil. In terms of cost, the production of this bioplastic is much more lower than other kinds of bioplastics available in the market.
Keio University
18 Oct 2005
Prof Setsuko Aoki, Dr Ken Jimbo and Prof. Naoyuki Agawa from Keio University, Japan
Divan Enterprise (indianjournals.com)
18 Oct 2005
It seems possible to prevent I-R injury by the administration of some medicament before reperfusion and by regulation of endogenous antioxidant enzymes.
Nature Publishing Group
18 Oct 2005
High-resolution satellite images of the recent earthquake in Pakistan have been pulled from the websites of international agencies and relief organizations.
Divan Enterprise (indianjournals.com)
16 Oct 2005
A study was conducted in 96 females suffering from PMS. Behavioral symptoms appearing during PMS were noticed. It was found that there is a substantial link between PMS and behavior alterations. Depression, aggression, irritability etc.
Universiti Sains Malaysia
16 Oct 2005
This technology involves the detection and conversion of the gases evolved from fire such as carbon monoxide to carbon dioxide on the pellet via catalytic reaction.
Asia Research News
16 Oct 2005
The conference will bring together scholars, researchers and practitioners working with language, communication, and culture across all fields of inquiry.
Universiti Sains Malaysia
16 Oct 2005
Carboxymethyl cellulose (CMC) is the most important water-soluble cellulose derivative with many application in the food, pharmaceutical, cosmetics, detergent, textile, paper and many other industries.
Nature Publishing Group
16 Oct 2005
Scientists have found a new drug candidate that can be used to stop the liver-damaging Hepatitis C virus (HCV) from multiplying.
Nature Publishing Group
16 Oct 2005
NATURE AND THE NATURE RESEARCH JOURNALS PRESS RELEASE - For papers that will be published online on 16 October 2005
Divan Enterprise (indianjournals.com)
16 Oct 2005
Young boys were allegedly kidnapped and kept under illegal custody for months together. After demoralization had set in due to prolonged confinement, surgery was done on their private parts and female hormones were given to the persons.
Universiti Sains Malaysia
14 Oct 2005
USM bagged 8 gold medals, 6 silver medals and 2 bronze medals as well as 2 special jury awards namely the Special Award for ICT and the Special Award for Best Joint Venture.
Universiti Sains Malaysia
14 Oct 2005
MCSv5 is the World’s 1st and only IP based Multipoint-to-multipoint video conferencing technology (Software based)
Divan Enterprise (indianjournals.com)
14 Oct 2005
The age of ossification of different centers at wrist joint i.e. Carpals and lower ends of radius and ulna have been studied in pediatric age group in central Rajasthan. The study included 244 healthy children of both sexes up to 12 years of age
Nature Publishing Group
14 Oct 2005
The paper raises the possibility that the current prophylactic regimen for Tamiflu (oseltamivir) may have contributed to the emergence of partial resistance to the drug in a Vietnamese patient.
Wildlife Conservation Society
12 Oct 2005
New book from WCS and IUCN looks at today’s Africa, and how and where wildlife conservation can be a ‘win win’ land use of choice.
International University of Business Agriculture and Technology
12 Oct 2005
Between 1996 to 2002 about 3.24 million Bangladeshis migrated for overseas employment who remitted 23.7 billion dollars during this period.
Nature Publishing Group
12 Oct 2005
Researchers describe the discovery in China of a bowl of beautifully preserved, thin yellow noodles that are half a metre long and about 4,000 years old.
Nature Publishing Group
12 Oct 2005
More from Nature - Abnormal chromosome numbers produce tumours; Short-term earthquake prediction still elusive; South American dinosaur updates family tree; Viruses energize host cells