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    QU living heart valves research to change the lives of millions

    Qatar - Researchers at Qatar University (QU) in collaboration with researchers from Imperial College London, Biostage, Inc. (USA), and American University of Beirut (Lebanon)...

    World-first breakthrough for breast cancer

    Hong Kong - Chemists at the Hong Kong Baptist University (HKBU) have discovered the use of a metal compound that inhibits the enzyme closely...

    New teaching resource boosts anatomy learning experience

    Singapore - Medical students at the Lee Kong Chian School of Medicine (LKCMedicine), a joint medical school set up by Nanyang Technological University, Singapore...

    Elastic properties of nano diamond revealed for the first time

    Hong Kong - In a world’s first, an international research team led by City University of Hong Kong (CityU) has discovered that diamonds at...

    First ever lion cubs born through artificial insemination worldwide

    South Africa - A lioness at the Ukutula Conservation Center (UCC) and Biobank, in the North West Province, South Africa, had recently given birth...

    Noise cancelling device by NTU EEE scientists halves noise pollution through open windows

    Singapore – Researchers from the School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering (NTU EEE) at Nanyang Technological University, Singapore have developed a device that can...

    Think smart. Think smart city. Think smart city seminar

    3 – 5 October 2018, Singapore – probably the world’s first smart city – hosts a top-level seminar on this vital topic for social,...

    A changing world needs humanities and social sciences research

    The Cliché “The world is constantly changing” or “change is today’s only constant” is an often-repeated cliché. It is one of those insightful-sounding observations that...

    Researchers identify new type of depression

    Japan – Depression is a mental disorder that affects over 300 million people globally. While treatments exist, many of them are based on one...

    The Art of Neanderthals

    Italy – Artistic objects and artefacts from our past tell us a lot more than we can imagine. They provide us with information on...

    Creating the future female tech talent

    Bahrain – The University of Bahrain (UoB) has recently launched an exciting project in partnership with United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and Microsoft with...

    Effat University hosts Ford’s training course for safe driving

    Saudi Arabia – Each year, Effat University, the first non-profit educational institution specialized in offering higher education for girls in the Kingdom of Saudi...

    RIT researchers develop innovative 3D-printed guitar

    United States – Researchers at Rochester Institute of Technology’s AMPrint Center are turning heads with a new guitar that they have developed using 3D...

    SUTD researchers develop single cell level sorting technology using sound waves

    Singapore – Single cell analysis, for example the ability to examine DNA mutations at single cell level, is essential for assessing the genetic heterogeneity...

    PolyU developed myopia-controlling contact lens to hit the market

    Hong Kong – Myopia, otherwise known as short-sightedness, is a growing global health problem and is expected to affect as many as 2.5 billion...

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