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Found 328 articles associated to the institution ResearchSEA.
 
Octopus-inspired robot – the fastest underwater robot based on the given power – developed in Singapore
2-April-2015

Ability to morph (change shape), propel itself and turn quickly in water (i.e. super-manoeuvrability) efficiently and silently, lending itself to future possibilities in surveillance and inspection

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Hong Kong’s first identified dinosaur-era vertebrate
1-April-2015

A ~147 million-year-old Jurassic-aged osteoglossoid osteoglossomorph fish Paralycoptera from outcrops at Lai Chi Chong has been described. This fossil represents the first dinosaur-era fish - as well as vertebrate - from Hong Kong to be identified.

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South-East Asian haze increases risk of respiratory mortality*
19-March-2015

Research has shown a significant association between haze events in South-East Asia and mortality rates caused by respiratory illness on the west coast of peninsular Malaysia.

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The Clinical Applications of Stem Cells, 26-27 February, 2015, Singapore
18-March-2015

The Singapore Bioimaging Consortium and Select Biosciences South East Asia are pleased to report on the success of The Clinical Applications of Stem Cells, which took place at The Academia, Singapore General Hospital Campus, Singapore on the 26-27 February 2015.

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HKU Chemists develops novel fluorescent probe for monitoring cell activities to achieve breakthrough in future drug discovery
17-March-2015

Published in PNAS, the first of its kind probe can rapidly trace tens of thousands of tagged proteins inside cells. With a response time within two minutes and at a quarter of the cost, the new fluorescent probe provides an inexpensive and effective tool for real-time monitoring of cell activities.

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