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Previously known to regulate female fertility, kisspeptin has now been shown to be involved in molding male brains.
Ten young innovators have made it to EmTech Singapore's Innovators Under 35 list, selected from over 100 applicants from Asia and Australasia.
The ability to obtain omega-3 oils from CO2 emissions turns the issue of food versus fuels on its head.
Taking vitamin D supplements during pregnancy seems to help prevent babies from getting respiratory infections after birth.
More can be done to strengthen scientific ties within APEC, said senior advisors at a high-level networking session held in New Zealand on August 30, 2014.
A study documents the spread of bee-killing viruses through New Zealand via the parasitic mite Varroa destructor.
A study of moraines shows that climate change has differential effects on the Northern and Southern hemispheres.
Singapore's A*STAR and New Zealand's Ministry of Business, Innovation & Employment have jointly set aside US$3 million for food and nutrition research.