Many Herbal Meds Contaminated With Mold Many Herbal Meds Contaminated With Mold
  • October 31st, 2014
  • A study of herbal medicines in Pakistan shows that many are contaminated with toxic molds.

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Thin Melanomas Are More Dangerous Thin Melanomas Are More Dangerous
  • October 31st, 2014
  • Data analysis has highlighted that patients diagnosed with the most common form of melanoma have poorer prognosis.

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Revolutionary New Tool For Joining Peptides Revolutionary New Tool For Joining Peptides
  • October 31st, 2014
  • Scientists at NTU have discovered an enzyme that can join peptides 10,000 times faster than before.

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Social Media Consumption & Unhealthy Diets Social Media Consumption & Unhealthy Diets
  • October 31st, 2014
  • Young people are exposed to heavy marketing from unhealthy food brands on social media sites, study shows.

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Moving In The Quantum World Moving In The Quantum World
  • October 30th, 2014
  • Understanding how quantum particles move could help further the development of quantum computing.

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Making 3D Metamaterials With A Natural Bent Making 3D Metamaterials With A Natural Bent
  • October 30th, 2014
  • RIKEN scientists have developed a method to fabricate three dimensional isotropic metamaterials of up to 4 mm by 4 mm in size.

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India Scores On Cyclone Prediction India Scores On Cyclone Prediction
  • October 30th, 2014
  • Upgraded infrastructure and data processing capabilities have allowed Indian researchers to predict cyclones five days in advance.

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World First: Dead Hearts Give New Life World First: Dead Hearts Give New Life

The ability to use hearts that have stopped beating could substantially increase the number of donor hearts available for transplants.

US$2.3 Million To Reduce Traffic Fatalities In India US$2.3 Million To Reduce Traffic Fatalities In India

The Australian and Indian governments have set aside US$2.3 million to study how hospital interventions could help accident victims.

NTU, UNESCO Create Science Kits For Developing Nations NTU, UNESCO Create Science Kits For Developing Nations

Science learning kits jointly developed by NTU and UNESCO aim to help students in developing nations get hands on experience.