Oral Bacteria Invades Gut Of Liver Cirrhosis Patients Oral Bacteria Invades Gut Of Liver Cirrhosis Patients
  • July 25th, 2014
  • The gut microbiota of liver cirrhosis patients is disrupted, with a large influx of normally harmless bacteria found in the mouth.

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MSF Treats First CMV Patients With Oral Drugs MSF Treats First CMV Patients With Oral Drugs
  • July 25th, 2014
  • Through a deal brokered with drug manufacturer Roche, CMV patients in Myanmar now need not endure painful injections directly into the eye.

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From Tanks To Malaria Parasites From Tanks To Malaria Parasites
  • July 25th, 2014
  • A new malaria diagnosis method based on anti-tank missile technology is more sensitive and can detect the disease at an earlier stage than current methods.

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For Stronger Aluminium, Add Carbon Fibers For Stronger Aluminium, Add Carbon Fibers
  • July 25th, 2014
  • Nanotechnology-enabled fiber reinforced aluminium is stronger than aluminium and yet lighter than steel.

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CEL-SCI’s Phase III Trial Enrols Patients From Sri Lanka CEL-SCI’s Phase III Trial Enrols Patients From Sri Lanka
  • July 25th, 2014
  • CEL-SCI has begun enrolling patients from Sri Lanka for a Phase III trial for Multikine, an investigational treatment for head and neck cancer.

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Manipulating Molecular Machines Manipulating Molecular Machines
  • July 24th, 2014
  • Single molecule optical microscopy allows researchers to “see and touch” tiny molecular machines measuring only one nanometer.

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K Computer Runs Largest Simulation Of Global Weather K Computer Runs Largest Simulation Of Global Weather
  • July 24th, 2014
  • Using the K computer, scientists have performed the largest ensemble simulation of global weather to date, involving 10,240 parallel simulations.

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Rainbow Fish Takes On Challenger Deep Rainbow Fish Takes On Challenger Deep

China’s Rainbow Fish submersible has been designed to reach depths of 11,000 m, allowing it to explore the deepest known part of the ocean, Challenger Deep.

Wan Yue First Singaporean To Win Branco Weiss Fellowship Wan Yue First Singaporean To Win Branco Weiss Fellowship

Dr. Wan Yue has been awarded the Branco Weiss Fellowship for her work using RNA to tackle antimicrobial resistance.

Andrew Nee Awarded 2014 SME Gold Medal Andrew Nee Awarded 2014 SME Gold Medal

In recognition for his contributions to manufacturing technologies, NUS’ Professor Andrew Nee has been awarded the 2014 SME Gold Medal.

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Oral Bacteria Invades Gut Of Liver Cirrhosis Patients

Oral Bacteria Invades Gut Of Liver Cirrhosis Patients

The gut microbiota of liver cirrhosis patients is disrupted, with a large influx of normally harmless bacteria found in the mouth.