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Orchid adding bird perch for crossing ensures reproduction
8-January-2013

Shenzhen, China 8 Jan - Chinese researchers have solved the mystery of the function of sheaths in flowering orchids. In a paper published in PLOS ONE, the team led by Zhong-Jian Liu at the Orchid Conservation & Research Center of Shenzhen and Laiqiang Huang at Tsinghua University found the perch to be essential to orchid reproduction.

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University of the Philippines Diliman (UPD) Chancellor receives book on Martial Law
26-November-2012

Professor Ramona Flores and Roberto Verzola turned over to Chancellor Caesar A. Saloma today 10 copies of the book "Not On Our Watch: Martial Law Really Happened. We Were There" at the Office of the Chancellor.

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Materials science: One size cloaks all
21-November-2012

A metamaterial invisibility cloak that can adapt to hide different sized objects is demonstrated by in Nature Communications this week. The findings represent a useful advance for more practical applications of metamaterial cloaking. The research is led by Yonsei University, Korea.

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Developing Asian Economies Must Focus on Greener, More Inclusive Growth - ADB
20-November-2012

MANILA, PHILIPPINES – While advanced economies gradually rebuild their balance sheets, Asia’s emerging markets need to diversify sources of growth to boost GDP, Asian Development Bank (ADB) President Haruhiko Kuroda said today during an address at the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) Global Dialogue in Phnom Penh, Cambodia.

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Wildlife Conservation Society Releases List of Asian Species at the Conservation Crossroads
11-September-2012

Will the tiger go the way of the passenger pigeon or be saved from extinction like the American bison? Extinction or Survival? List Released at the World Conservation Congress in Jeju, Korea. Species can be saved if Asian Governments take "Three Rs" approach

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