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UN survey of 10,000 men in Asia and the Pacific reveals why some men use violence against women and girls
10-September-2013

Bangkok, 10 September 2013— A UN study of 10,000 men in Asia and the Pacific, released today, found that overall nearly half of those men interviewed reported using physical and/or sexual violence against a female partner, ranging from 26 percent to 80 percent across the sites studied.

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KAIST Unveils Foldable Micro Electric Car, Armadillo-T
21-August-2013

The small and light electric car completely folds in half when parking, making it a perfect fit for public or private transportation in an urban environment.

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A Powerful Strategy for Developing Microbial Cell Factories by Employing Synthetic Small RNAs
9-August-2013

Researchers at KAIST have published a detailed protocol for synthetic sRNA-based gene expression control that will prove useful for metabolic engineering and synthetic biology studies.
 

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KAIST’s wireless Online Electric Vehicle (OLEV) runs inner city roads
6-August-2013

For the first time anywhere, electric buses provide public transportation services and are recharged right from the road.

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Gene increases rice yield under drought conditions
5-August-2013

A natural genetic variant that changes the growth angle of rice plant roots allows the plants to maintain high yield under drought conditions, reports an article published online this week in Nature Genetics.

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