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Narrowing The Search For Sterile Neutrinos Narrowing The Search For Sterile Neutrinos
  • October 7th, 2014
  • While scientists haven’t been able to find sterile neutrinos yet, they now have a better idea of where to look for them, thanks to results from Daya Bay.

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Narrowing The Search For Sterile Neutrinos

Narrowing The Search For Sterile Neutrinos

While scientists haven’t been able to find sterile neutrinos yet, they now have a better idea of where to look for them, thanks to results from Daya Bay.

Health & Medicine »
MERS Likely To Have Come From Camels

MERS Likely To Have Come From Camels

A study comparing the genomes of MERS coronaviruses isolated from humans and camels suggests the zoonotic origins of the disease.

Academia »
Steady Progress For Asian Universities In 2014 THE Rankings

Steady Progress For Asian Universities In 2014 THE Rankings

US and UK universities still dominate the top 10 of the Times Higher Education rankings, but Asian institutions continue to make significant gains.

Tech & Pharma »
Luye Raises US$764 Million With Hong Kong IPO

Luye Raises US$764 Million With Hong Kong IPO

Luye Pharma has raised US$764 million through an IPO on the Main Board of the Stock Exchange of Hong Kong.

Editorials »
Lessons For Asia From The Horse Meat Scandal

Lessons For Asia From The Horse Meat Scandal

What can we in Asia learn from the horsemeat contamination scandal in Europe? David Tan discusses.