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Vol. 6, No. 14, June 2002
Contents

Company News
•  IATIA Launches Electron Microscope Enhancement
•  Australian High Pressure Processors Company Launched
•  Meditech Completes Phase 1 Trial of Anti-cancer Drug
•  Medica Subsidiary Cytopia in Supercomputing Deal with IBM
•  Double Dove Agrees with Retractable Technologies to Produce VanishPoint Safety Syringes
•  CompuMed's Osteoporosis Diagnostics Technology Going for China Market
•  Beijing Erdos Altachem Pharma Ltd. Approved in China
•  Boehringer Ingelheim Opens New Manufacturing Facility in China
•  Dr. Morepen Acquires Yash Pharma Brand Lemolate
•  Orchid Healthcare to Launch Business Unit in Brazil
•  Ranbaxy and CorePharma Get Approval for ADHD Medicines
•  Fujitsu and Riken to Jointly Research Bioinformatics
•  Kyowa Hakko's Anti-cancer Agent Enters Phase I/early Phase II Study
•  Ono Launches World's First Drug for Acute Lung Injury
•  Dreambiogen Co.
•  DMJ Biotech Corporation
•  Comvita Receives Grant for Natural Health Solutions
•  Siemens to Invest More in Hearing Aids Venture in Singapore

Rules & Regulations
•  Australia Seeks Stiff Penalty for Human Cloning
•  Instant Fines Help New Zealand's Biosecurity
•  Strict Guidelines on Stem Cell Research in Singapore

Research News
•  Implantable Contact Lens Developed
•  Study Shows GM-free Zones Unnecessary
•  Melbourne Scientists Grow Thymus Organ
•  Artificial Livers to Cure Hepatitis
•  University of Tokyo Selects Olympus SNP Typing System for Research
•  Chronic Fatigue Linked to Low Serotonin
•  Tanabe Seiyaku and GSK to Collaborate on Genome Drug Discovery
•  Anti-alcoholic Gene in Polynesians Shows Asia-pacific Ancestry
•  Tooth Minerals Replenished by Milk

Alternative Medicine
•  Dr. Schwabe to Spread Awareness about Homoeopathy
•  Traditional Chinese Medicine Combines with Modern Technology

General Information & Statistics
•  Challenges for Australia's Biotechnology Sector
•  Website on Poisonous Creatures and Plants Launched
•  Pharmaceutical Giants to Set up Research Centers in China
•  MedPharmaWorld Conference to be Held in Hong Kong
•  Hong Kong Science Park Unveiled
•  Yogurt's on a Roll in Japan
•  Controlling Korea's Foot-and-mouth Disease Outbreaks
•  Sugar Cane Extract Available for Treating Cholesterol
•  Increase in Premature Births Perhaps Due to Work
•  NZ's Opportunity in Bio-pharmaceuticals
•  Study on Rice Structural Genomics to be Completed By 2002
•  Filipino Farmers Urged to Adopt Biotechnology
•  Singapore Varsity Students to Study at US Biotech Firms
•  Taiwan to Build R&D Center as Showcase for Enterprises

Trends and Prospects
•  Proposed EU Directive on Herbal Medicinal Products and Traditional Chinese Medicine

Calendar of Events
•  A comprehensive listing of upcoming biotechnology conferences in Asia-Pacific

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Obesity / Outlook for 2018
February:
Addressing the ageing population / Clinical trials
March:
Nutrition / Women in Science
April:
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May:
Asthma / Dental health
June:
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July:
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August:
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September:
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October:
Bones / Breast cancer
November:
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December:
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