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Found 340 articles associated to the institution ResearchSEA.
 
Tracking nanodiamond-tagged stem cells
5-August-2013

A method that is used to track the fate of a single stem cell within mouse lung tissue is reported in a study published online this week in Nature Nanotechnology. The method may offer insights into the factors that determine the acceptance of transplanted stem cells, and their ability to regenerate within a host.

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Potential new drug for tuberculosis
5-August-2013

A new drug capable of inhibiting growth of Mycobacterium tuberculosis is reported this week in Nature Medicine. The findings may improve therapeutic options for the treatment of drug resistant tuberculosis (TB).

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A magnetic pen for smartphones adds another level of conveniences
24-July-2013

Utilizing existing features on smartphones, the MagPen provides users with a compatible and simple input tool regardless of the type of phones they are using.

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KAIST’s HUBO Ready for DARPA’s Robotics Challenge Trials
12-July-2013

When walking on muddy or bumpy roads, the two arms of DRC-HUBO become extra legs, enabling stable and agile movements.

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Asia Research News 2013
4-June-2013

Antibiotic resistance in Asia, super batteries, the best coffee in the Philippines, protecting elephants from lightning, the end of bad drivers and the true impact of free formula milk for babies. You can read these and more in the 2013 issue of Asia Research News now available online.

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