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18-year-old Singaporean student to present stem cell research paper at conferences in US and UK

... ... Before returning home to Singapore, Nicholas will continue to represent the Bioinformatics Institute, one of the 14 research institutes of Singapores A*STAR (Agency for Science, Technology and R...

16 outstanding researchers receive Singapore's highest honor in science and technology

... The highest honour of the Awards, the National Science and Technology Medal, was presented to Dr Sydney Brenner, Distinguished Professor of the US Salk Institute of Biological Studies, and Chairman of the A*STAR Biomedical Research Council. Dr Brenner was recognised for his distinguished and strat...

Genomatix partners with Research Instruments Pte Ltd for Singapore, Malaysia and Thailand markets

Genomatix Software GmbH of Munich (Germany) said today that Singapore-based Research Instruments Pte Ltd (RI) will distribute the Genomatix line of products in Singapore, Malaysia and Thailand....... A first result of that partnership is a three year deal with the Clinical Research Department of the Singapore General Hospital (SGH). SGH will apply the Genomatix Chip Analysis pipeline to their Aff...

The World Congress of Nephrology 26-30 June 2005, Singapore

The scientific program boasted a 245-strong list of internationally acclaimed leaders in the field that set the tone, the pace, and the quality of the basic and clinical data presented along with the educational component that echoed throughout. ... ...Organized into six main themes: the Fundamentals of Integrative Biology, Progression and Prevention of Chronic Renal Failure, Inflammation and Imm...
(Date:4/18/2014)... wildlife while feeding a world population predicted to ... holistic approach to conservation that considers human-altered landscapes ... Wildlife and the natural habitat that supports it ... world where at least three-quarters of the land ... rest is vulnerable to human-caused impacts such as ...
(Date:4/18/2014)... Seeds that sprout as soon as they,re planted may ... to be more careful. In the wild, a plant whose ... would risk disaster. More than just an insurance policy against ... seed dormancy has long-term advantages too: Plants whose seeds ... to more species, finds in a team of researchers working ...
(Date:4/17/2014)... COLUMBIA, Mo. April 17 In the most densely ... States, forests reflect two centuries of human needs, values ... logging and clearing forests for agriculture and development, have ... today, a U.S. Forest Service study reports. , The ... forest conditions and management needs in the Northern United ...
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