Found 264 articles associated to the institution ResearchSEA.
Fabricating high performance nanohybrid catalysts

An international team of scientists have developed a method that allows them to engineer crystals with a large fraction of reactive facets.

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Stem Cells: The Future of Medicine

Imagine being able to take cells from your skin, transform them into other types of cells, such as lung, brain, heart or muscle cells, and use those to cure your ailments, from diabetes to heart disease or macular degeneration. To realise this, however, challenges still remain, Professor Janet Rossant, a pioneer in the field, says.

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The double burden of childhood malnutrition

Professor Terrence Forrester, an expert in childhood malnutrition, warns that the first 1,000 days are among the most important in children’s lives, and more needs to be done to ensure that they get optimal nutrition during this critical period.

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Spotting dodgy statistics and debunking “killer toast”

People should be more sceptical about data cited in news reports, and scientists need to do a better job of communicating their research results, says Sir David Spiegelhalter, a British statistician and expert in risk communication.

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New biomarkers predict accelerated diabetic eye disease

Young onset type 2 diabetes patients have an increased risk of developing diabetic retinopathy at an earlier stage and at a greater frequency, according to researchers in India and US.

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