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ASIA-PACIFIC
Entries open for the USD170,000 Ryman Prize

Richest prize of its kind to reward the best work in the world for older people

Singapore scientists discover new ways to help us understand how the body fights cancer

The discovery of an important biomarker in immune cells could help determine a patient's response to immunotherapies

New discovery reveals acne, acne scarring and osteoporosis may be related to collagen issues

Researchers study rare genetic disease called Winchester syndrome which causes severe acne, bad scarring and osteoporosis, and hope their discovery will pave the way for better acne treatments.

Making the switch: Potent anticancer liposomal drugs

Novel nanocarrier-based delivery strategy for chemotherapeutics improves selective cancer accumulation of drugs and reduces potential side effects.

Blood vessel-forming cells involved in aggressive brain tumour

Targeting cells involved in blood vessel formation could prevent the growth of the most common type of brain tumour.

New medical device for safe growth of neural stem cells using nanotechnology

Medical device made of biocompatible materials, and avoids use of additional growth factor

HKU to collaborate on biomedical innovation with Institut Pasteur and Hong Kong Science and Technology Parks Corporation

The University of Hong Kong (HKU), Institut Pasteur (IP) and Hong Kong Science and Technology Parks Corporation (HKSTP) have set up a joint biomedical research centre.

REST OF THE WORLD
Could the eye be the window to brain degeneration?

This research is the first clinical study to show a potential for peripheral retinal imaging to be used in monitoring Alzheimer's disease

High vitamin D levels linked to lower cholesterol in children

New findings provide support for future recommendations for vitamin D intake

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January:
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