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Asia Research News 2010
Date:6/24/2010

ResearchSEA is pleased to announce that Asia Research News 2010 is now available online and in print.

(PRWebUK) June 24, 2010 -- We are pleased to announce that the annual publication Asia Research News 2010 is now available online at Asia Research News

The magazine features interesting on-going research from selected Asian universities in the fields of:

Agriculture
Aquaculture
Biotechnology
Culture
Environment
Food
Health and medicine
Health technology
International relations
Language
Literature
Technology

A small number of printed copies are available for journalists, universities and research institutions. If you would like a printed copy of the magazine please get in touch with us by email to Magdeline Pokar m.pokar(at)researchsea(dot)com, telephone +44 (0)1954 261958 or fax +44 (0)8706220887.

We hope you will enjoy reading the magazine and welcome your feedback.

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The articles in Asia Research News 2010 are:

AGRICULTURE
A cherry tree for all seasons
Buffalo vaccine
Torch ginger
Improving oil-palm kernel
Controlling ammonia in poultry farms
Pea aphid and soybean genome sequenced
The proteins that help plants keep time
Organic fungicide from agriculture waste
Healthy food
Precision farming
Wood machining doctor
Determining orchid colours

AQUACULTURE
Supporting fishing communities
Sustaining seafood
Culturing horseshoe crabs

TECHNOLOGY
Nano-aquarium opens up a new realm of research
Faster, more accurate drawing
Using physics to help queues
Unlocking the power of wood
Blast from the past
Children and computers
All sky x-ray image data online
Mobile phones creating choices for farmers
A new antenna
New base for Telecentre in the Philippines
Sensitive hybrid
Clean energy
Mobile video on demand
Reducing interference in RFID readers
Counting down to the brightest light...
Music-friendly information retrieval
Enhancing underwater video
Monitoring landslide and flood risk
Minimising knowledge loss
High-performance varistor
Next-Generation Supercomputer
Cross platform enterprise security

LANGUAGE
The origin of language
Iban alphabet now in computer fonts
Anthology of Southeast Asian Literature in English
Impact of new technology on language
Creating a universal playground
Focusing on Filipino language

ENVIRONMENT
Orchid diversity
Terrestrial carbon sequestration
Degradable polymer
Wooden alternatives
Transforming carbon dioxide into methanol
Indigenous fibre for car bumpers
Environmental CoaTIN technology
Detecting and cleaning oil spills
Reducing pollution in Jakarta slums
Monitoring and cleaning contaminants

SOCIETY
Lifestyle China
Promoting an active life
Spiritual intelligence
A satisfied society
Ethnographic profiling in metro Manila
Influences on cultural identity
Oldest civilisation in Southeast Asia
Researching poverty in China
The Deep South
Promoting community governance
Career profiling
Research consortium for theatre and film arts
Predicting tourists’ future behaviour
The Philippine music hybridity project
18th and 19th century Philippines

HEALTH AND MEDICINE
Understanding and treating cancer
Diabetes
Improving the health of astronauts
Brain change
Diagnosing amebiasis
Identifying gelatine in pharmaceuticals
Controlled drug delivery
New vaccine for childhood illness
Sights set on immunisation target
Nanotechnology combats fatal brain infections
Novel nanobiocomposites
Elucidating Alzheimer's genes
Tackling the onset of Down syndrome
Toothbrush from a twig
Milking the Milkfish
Carpal tunnel treatment
Japanese genomes and ulcerative colitis
Asian research into emerging infectious diseases

HEALTH TECHNOLOGY
A new era of pressure management in medicine
Thai-English Braille computer notebook
Reducing the cost of DNA diagnostics
Measuring skull and face
Care bear robot
Wheelchair technology
Lightweight gamma camera
Medical imaging also helps electronics industry
The knee motion assistive system
Ultrasound diagnosis for breast cancer
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