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VN priotises macro-economic stabilisation, sustainable development
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VN priotises macro-economic stabilisation, sustainable develop...

Bui Tat Thang, PhD, director of the Development Strategy Institute, spoke with Dau Tu (Investment) newspaper about Vietnam's macroeconomic requirements and preparations for future growth. *Macro-economic stabilisation and sustainable development ... VietnamPlus, 1 week ago
How to co-ordinate future growth Viet Nam News, 2 weeks ago

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Korean scientists create stem cells from adult skin cells

A South Korean research team has succeeded in developing embryonic stem cells from skin cells of adults. The science community hailed the research, which marked the first time adult somatic cells were used for cloning, as a major breakthrough, and ...
 Maekyung2 days ago Group Makes Stem Cells Using Clone Technique  NBCNews.com3 days ago
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Ajit Balakrishnan: The acceptable frame

The research reputation of a business school is the central driver in the institution's long-term success. A school whose faculty publish often in prestigious international (=American) journals creates an aura for itself, which then attracts ...
 Business Standard India1 week ago
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Only 1 in 7 Japanese scientists are women: study

Haruko Obokata, a researcher at Japan's Riken Institute, speaks at a press conference in Osaka, western Japan on April 9, 2014 Just a seventh of scientists in Japan are female, government figures show—the lowest rate of any developed nation, ...
 PhysOrg.com5 days ago Japan expands army footprint  Oman Observer1 day ago
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Space institute funds eye tracking to detect brain injury, drugs + apps platform

The National Space Biomedical Research Institute has provided funding to two promising early-stage technologies that take novel approaches to big unmet needs. First is a device with the potential to detect brain injuries by tracking someone's eye ...
 MedCity News3 days ago

Construction Materials Testing Laboratories Underway NBRRI

The Nigerian Building and Road Research Institute (NBRRI) has resolved to set up construction materials testing laboratories in all states of the federation to curb the menace of incessant building collapse in the country. This is one of the ...
 Leadership4 days ago
China Daily Asia

India now world's ninth biggest military spender

(Source: Stockholm International Peace Research Institute ) NEW DELHI - India has become the ninth biggest military spender in the world, among 15 nations, according to new data released by a leading think-tank. The Stockholm International ...
 China Daily Asia6 days ago India world's ninth biggest military spender: leading think-tank  Global Times6 days ago
New Zimbabwe.com

Mugabe fighting corruption? Forget it!

Editor's note: In this article , a researcher on Africa at a Tokyo Institute, questions President Robert Mugabe's sincerity in dealing with the country's corruption scourge. Yamamoto cites several historic scandals where little or no action was ...
 New Zimbabwe.com1 week ago
MedCity News

More research hospitals tech transfer offices are now business development offices, too

In the same way that funding for early-stage innovations is changing, so is how those innovations are translated from the bench to the bedside. Our office, which was formerly a traditional tech transfer office, has very much become a business ...
 MedCity News2 weeks ago
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Researchers develop technique to measure quantity, risks of engineered nanomaterials delivered to cells

The bad news: Nanoparticles — microscopic particles found in everyday items such as cosmetics — are a growing concern. The good news: Harvard researchers have found a simple and inexpensive way to measure their impact. Credit: WikiHow/Creative ...
 PhysOrg.com2 weeks ago
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