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EDITOR'S LETTER


EYE ON CHINA

  • 50 young scientists awarded with the inaugural XPLORER PRIZE
  • Chinese scientist find new possibilities in dengue virus control
  • Optimizing microbial microenvironment for development of novel Biophotovoltaics System
  • Novel drug for chronic pain relief enter clinical trials
  • China taps into artificial intelligence to improve pharmacy services
  • Patient in China who received world's first pig cornea regains eyesight
  • China sees its first childbirth through cryopreservation of ovarian tissue
  • China toughens crackdown on illegal African swine fever vaccines

    COLUMNS

    FEATURES

    SPOTLIGHTS

    INSIDE INDUSTRY

    BIOBOARD

    ASIA-PACIFIC

  • Stresses of parenting may negatively affect the parent-child relationship
  • Duke-NUS holds first regional ageing and health conference for policymakers and researchers in Singapore
  • Science, Tech, and policies convene for a sustainable future
  • Researchers uncover the mechanism behind cancer-causing E.coli toxin setting the path to new preventive measures for colorectal cancer
  • Novel technology to determine classification of cancer cells through DNA barcodes
  • Identification of specific proteins can aid in development of novel therapeutic targets for heart diseases
  • How evolutionarily conserved genetic material determines reproductive ability of plants
  • Scientists call for bolder actions to protect coral reefs
  • International research team develops breakthrough technology for auto-detection of heart disease

    REST OF THE WORLD

  • New clinical guidelines for patients at high risk of heart attacks, stroke
  • For gut microbes, not all types of fibre are created equal

    LIFE OF A SCIENTIST

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    news Thailand LAB INTERNATIONAL, Bio Asia Pacific, and FutureCHEM INTERNATIONAL are ready to offer the Science and Technology Industry complete solutions this September!
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    news 2022 PDA Pharmaceutical Manufacturing & Quality Conference
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