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Volume 23, No. 05, May 2019
What's cracking — Antibodies in ostrich eggs
" How the largest birds on Earth and their strong immune systems lead to a breakthrough in antibody technology research
Ostrich antibody may just be the breakthrough technology needed in the biotechnological world
" The lightsaber of radiation therapy
This technologically advanced method of radiotherapy delivery can destroy cancer with painless and precise radiation beams
" Preventing the stroke of bad luck
A campaign led by four undergraduates found young adults in Singapore lack general stroke awareness and knowledge
" An update on lung cancer treatments in 2019
Dr. Tan Chee Seng gives an update on the latest breakthrough in advanced non-small cell lung cancer treatments
" The journey towards a smoke-free future
Tobacco Heating System a better alternative for smokers than cigarettes
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Volume 23, No. 05, May 2019
FEATURES  
How the largest birds on Earth and their strong immune systems lead to a breakthrough in antibody technology research
How the largest birds on Earth and their strong immune systems lead to a breakthrough in antibody technology research
SPOTLIGHTS  
Preventing the stroke of bad luck
A campaign led by four undergraduates found young adults in Singapore lack general stroke awareness and knowledge.
EYE ON CHINA  
Over 2,000 Belt and Road Scientists to conduct research in China
Increased collaboration between COMSATS and the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS) is expected
Smart hospital program upgraded with 5G technology
First "one-minute clinic" in China university
Gene-editing tool uses light to kill cancer cells
INSIDE INDUSTRY  
Australian gene-editing rules adopt 'middle ground' AstraZeneca research shows significant gaps in online sources of information for lung cancer patients Smartfuture's S$100 Health Kit rental service saves business time and money
BIOBOARD  
Quick thinking? It's all down to timing
New insights into neuronal behavior in the brain may pave way to identifying learning disabilities
New study exposes need for better management of anaemia
New technique shows promise for heart muscle regeneration
Instilling new life into cells with hydrogels
Wheat that fights celiac disease
NEWS CRUNCH  
news Which country has the worst sleepers
news Asia is the fastest growing region for nutraceuticals
news 2018 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine winners
news Vitafoods Asia expands by 40 per cent in 2018
PR NEWSWIRE  
Asia Pacific Biotech News
EDITORS' CHOICE  
COLUMNS  

APBN Editorial Calendar 2019
January:
Taiwan Medical tourism
February:
Marijuana as medicine — Legal marijuana will open up scientific research
March:
Driven by curiosity
April:
Career developments for researchers
May:
What's cracking — Antibodies in ostrich eggs
Editorial calendar is subjected to changes.
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