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Found 328 articles associated to the institution ResearchSEA.
 
Chaining up to move a hefty meal
24-June-2016

Researchers have documented the first known instance of insects moving prey by forming chains.

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Exploring the prehistory of Palawan Island through human remains
23-June-2016

Researchers are excavating human remains from caves in Palawan Island in the Philippines to learn more about the diversity of burial and other cultural practices over the past 10,000 years.

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Computer models show park microclimates improve city life
22-June-2016

Computer modelling based on microclimate data from a Malaysian public park has shown how adding trees and grass can improve living conditions in dense city cores.

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Philippine fishing and its links to Japan’s “sea women”
21-June-2016

A researcher at the University of the Philippines Diliman (UPD) is studying the ancient Japanese culture of “ama” – women who traditionally free-dive in the sea in search of seaweed, lobsters, snail “turbo” shells and, in the distant past, pearls – and its potential connections to Philippine maritime cultures.

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A New Tool in CRISPR Genome Editing, Cpf1, Proved its Marked Specificity and Produced a Targeted Mutant Mouse
7-June-2016

The IBS Center for Genome Editing published two studies at once in Nature Biotechnology, showing Cpf1’s superiority as a precise genome editing tool with no unintended mutations.

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