Regarded as an important platform for mutual learning, the first China-ICIMOD day was held in Kunming, Yunnan province on Thursday and Friday. The event, organized by the International Centre for Integrated Mountain Development (ICIMOD) and the ... CHINAdaily, 1 month ago
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A project which is promoting cultural and conservation links between Liverpool and China has beencelebrated with a special signing ceremony in Chinese as part of the International Festival of Business at the Hub in Mann Island, supported by UK Trade ...B Daily, 3 weeks ago RED POPPIES HERALD 'GREEN CITIES' PARTNERSHIP AS LIVERPOOL CHARITY LANDLIFE SIGN ECOLOGICAL AGREEMENT WITH CHINA International Festival of Business 2014, 4 weeks ago
Salick b , Sailesh Ranjitkar c , d , and Jianchu Xu c , d a Department of Biology, University of MissouriSt. Louis, St. Louis, MO 63121; b William L. Brown Center, Missouri Botanical Garden, St. Louis, MO 63166; c Key Laboratory of Plant ...PNAS, 3 weeks ago
ONE of the greatest thrills a gardener can experience is seeing a totally new plant for the first time. Last March I was lucky enough to visit the Kunming Institute of Botany in Yunnan Province, where I met camellia expert Feng Baojun and was ...The Land Australia, 1 month ago
PUBLIC RELEASE DATE: 24-Jun-2014 Singapore, 24 June 2014—Scientists at A*STAR's Singapore Immunology Network (SIgN) have discovered a new class of lipids in the leukaemia cells that are detected by a unique group of immune cells. By recognising ...EurekAlert!, 1 month ago New Possibilities for Leukaemia Therapy with a Novel Mode of Leukaemia Cell Recognition Nasdaq, 1 month ago
1 , 4 , Claudia de Lalla 4 , S. Ramanjaneyulu Gundimeda 1 , Heiko Gsellinger 2 , Michela Consonni 4 , Claudio Garavaglia 4 , Sebastiano Sansano 1 , Francesco Piccolo 4 , Andrea Scelfo 4 , Daniel Häussinger 2 , Daniela Montagna 7 , Franco ...Journal of Experimental Medicine, 1 month ago
Tricholoma terreum may have led to deaths among French mushroom pickers Shutterstock A wild mushroom eaten by foraging enthusiasts across Europe has been found to contain dangerous and potentially lethal toxins. Chinese scientists believe they ...RSC, 1 month ago
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