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Human activities increase the risk of summer starting early in South Korea
18-January-2019

Computer climate models suggest that human activities increased the risk of high May temperatures and early onset of summer by two to three times.

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Contact: Administrator Account Institution: ResearchSEA Category: Science
 
New Therapeutic Avenue in the Fight Against Chronic Liver Disease
18-January-2019

An international team of researchers has identified a novel route that regulates the signaling pathways induced by extracellular matrix (ECM). This may serve as a new diagnostic marker and therapeutic target in the fight against chronic liver diseases.

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Contact: JooHyeon Heo Institution: Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology (UNIST) Category: Medicine
 
Researchers Find New Ways to Harness Wasted Methane
18-January-2019

The primary component of natural gas, methane, is itself a potent greenhouse gas. A recent study, affiliated with South Korea's Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology (UNIST) has unveiled a high performance catalyst for methane conversion to formaldehyde.

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Contact: JooHyeon Heo Institution: Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology (UNIST) Category: Technology
 
Organic Solar Cell Breakthrough for High-performance Stretchable Electronics
18-January-2019

A new type of organic solar cells with high flexibility can withstand up to 100 continual bending/unbending cycles.

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Contact: JooHyeon Heo Institution: Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology (UNIST) Category: Technology
 
Researchers Discover Genetic Profile in Frogs to Treat Arthritis
18-January-2019

Articular cartilages, once injured, cannot regrow or heal on their own. By understanding the mechanisms of how frog embryos develop to form facial cartilages, researchers have identified a novel potential therapeutic target that could pave the way for regenerative treatments for arthritis in humans.

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Contact: JooHyeon Heo Institution: Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology (UNIST) Category: Science
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