Found 230 articles associated to the institution Universiti Sains Malaysia.
Nanoparticle coating for herbal medicines26-March-2006
Malaysia will become the first country in the world to implement requirements, which will make herbal medicine product testing at par with any modern medicine marketed in the world today.
Recycling rubber into a multifunctional adhesive24-March-2006
A lot of waste rubber is produced all over the world every year e.g. 10 million tyres are discarded every year. Meanwhile, adhesives are used in almost every industrial workplace with an industry value of 40 billion Euros. This invention turns rubber waste into multifunctional adhesive.
Sea cucumbers to combat infections (Picture attached)21-March-2006
Sea cucumber, Stichopus chloronatus is effective for combating various types of ringworm infections. This novel extraction method produces powdered extract that can easily be used to formulate into cream, ointment, lotion or solution.
New cell-culture system ensures supply of 'Tongkat Ali' for the future of malaria and cancer treatment14-March-2006
'Tongkat Ali', a plant used for traditional medicine in Southeast Asia has also been proven to be effective for the treatment of Malaria and possess anti-cancer and anti microbial properties. The main problem is obtaining a sustainable supply of high quality roots. This research will ensure that this is now a problem of the past.
The world's first automatic diagnostic system for cervical cancer to save lives in developing countries7-March-2006
Cervical cancer is the second most common cancer afflicting women. The mortality rate can be greatly reduced with mass screening programs, which are not available in many developing countries due to a shortage of pathologists. This invention known as CCAID System will enable mass screening programs to be undertaken in many developing nations.
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