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Intractable pain may find relief in tiny gold rods
25-August-2015

Scientists have developed a technique that could lead to therapies for pain relief in people with intractable pain, potentially including cancer-related pain.

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Contact: Tomoka Aiyama Institution: Institute for Integrated Cell-Material Sciences at Kyoto University
 
Green light of hope to overcome Striga-triggered food insecurity in Africa
21-August-2015

In a new study reported in Science, scientists have developed a new visualizing molecule to examine the process of Striga germination. The outcome of this study is expected to accelerate research to control Striga growth and to save crop losses worth of billions of U.S. dollars every year.

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Contact: Ayako Miyazaki Institution: Institute of Transformative Bio-Molecules (WPI-ITbM), Nagoya University
 
Using plant materials for aerospace and automotive application
19-August-2015

Researchers in Malaysia are using plant materials to produce a bio-sourced hybrid composite for aerospace and automotive application.

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Contact: Dr Nayan KANWAL, FRSA, ABIM, AMIS, Ph.D. Institution: Universiti Putra Malaysia (UPM)
 
Frost & Sullivan 2015 GIL New Zealand: Industry Convergence and Digital Transformation – the Road to Disruption
19-August-2015

Frost & Sullivan’s New Mega Trends, ‘impact on convergence in the future’ has identified 4 types of convergence: Products, Technologies, Industries and Competition.

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Contact: Administrator Account Institution: ResearchSEA
 
A brain-computer interface for controlling an exoskeleton
18-August-2015

Scientists in Korea and Germany have developed a brain-computer control interface for a lower limb exoskeleton by decoding specific signals from within the user’s brain.

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Contact: Alison Hadley Institution: IOP Publishing
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