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Rice plants evolve to adapt to flooding
12-July-2018

Although water is essential for plant growth, excessive amounts can waterlog and kill a plant. In South and Southeast Asia, where periodic flooding occurs during the rainy season, the water depth can reach several meters for many months.

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Contact: Naoko Odajima Institution: Tohoku University Category: Science
 
Beyond the Journal: The science of communicating with the public -- Preparing for interviews
10-July-2018

Talking to the media about your research can be nerve wracking, but it doesn't have to be with a little practice.

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Contact: Administrator Account Institution: ResearchSEA Category: People
 
Revealing the Mechanism behind Animals’ Sixth Sense
10-July-2018

A research team in DGIST discovered genes that detect and control movement and identified the motor mechanism of proprioception sense receptors. The finding provides clues to the cause of walking disorders caused by cerebellum damage and degenerative brain diseases.

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Contact: Dajung Kim Institution: DGIST(Daegu Gyeongbuk Institute of Science and Technology) Category: Science
 
Realization of Color Filter-free Image Sensors
9-July-2018

A research team in DGIST succeeded in discovery of a high efficiency organic image sensor which is expected to replace silicon image sensors.

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Contact: Dajung Kim Institution: DGIST(Daegu Gyeongbuk Institute of Science and Technology) Category: Science
 
INSEAD and Wharton Professors’ Research Finds that Testosterone Increases Men’s Preference for Status Goods
5-July-2018

Results are the first to demonstrate a causal link between testosterone and rank-related consumer preference for status-enhancing goods.

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Contact: Administrator Account Institution: ResearchSEA Category: Medicine
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