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Research with Sri Lankan fish farmers brings best practices home20-March-2013
A project supported by the Canadian International Food Security Research Fund (CIFSRF) is helping smallholder shrimp farmers in Sri Lanka adapt their industry’s best management practices to local needs. This could lead to fewer disease outbreaks, bigger and more profitable shrimp, and fewer negative environmental impacts.Contact: Isabelle Bourgeault-Tassé Institution: International Development Research Centre (IDRC) Category: People
PolyU achieves new breakthrough in mannequin technology20-March-2013
At its first glance, the mannequin ‘i.Dummy’ developed by researchers of The Hong Kong Polytechnic University (PolyU) looks no different from an ordinary dummy but it is no plain stuff - this sophisticated mannequin can change its body shape and size or even elongate at the point of a fingertip on computer.Contact: Regina Yu Institution: The Hong Kong Polytechnic University Category: Business
YCHSSD and PolyU jointly develop novel health qigong for frail elderly19-March-2013
Yan Chai Hospital Social Services Department (YCHSSD), in collaboration with The Hong Kong Polytechnic University (PolyU)’s Department of Rehabilitation Sciences, has developed a novel health qigong protocol for frail elderly in Hong Kong.Contact: Wilfred Lai Institution: The Hong Kong Polytechnic University Category: Medicine
Molecular Geometry, new field in the making18-March-2013
Meet the Expert - Professor Deok-Soo Kim of Hanyang University is working towards creating a new field called Molecular Geometry which provides geometrical solutions within the study of molecules.Contact: Joohong Ahnn Institution: Hanyang University Category: Technology
Collaboration between A*STAR institute and a local company on a built-in wireless sensor to diagnose ‘stressed’ machines remotely18-March-2013
Singapore, 18 March 2013 – Imagine a sensor about the size of a 50-cent coin that can remotely diagnose the ‘health’ of a motor without anyone having to physically inspect the motor. Hoestar has licensed IMRE’s piezoelectric sensor technology to automate the monitoring of vibration and physical stresses of machinery.
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