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Vol 7, No 22, 27 October 2003
Contents

Industry Watch
•  Alliance between AGT Biosciences and Starpharma
•  First Australian Biotech Company to List on HKSE
•  Breakthrough in Transdermal Drug Discovery Technology
•  Acrux Licenses MDTS Technology to Eli Lilly got Animal Health Products
•  Biota Secures SARS Testing Agreement with US Government Research Agencies
•  SysArris in Bio Partnering Europe 2003
•  Shantha Bio to Launch Streptokinase by Year-end
•  Lupin Receives US FDA Approval to Launch Ceftriaxone
•  MerLion Pharma Collaborates with Schering-Plough in Drug Discovery Research
•  Quest Pharmaceutical Sets up Taiwanese Subsidiary
•  BenQ to Invest in Nanjing's Medical Facilities

Products/Services Highlight
•  Latest Cancer Diagnostic Facility in Japan
•  Rockeby Launches World's First 5-Minute Fungal Test
•  Bacterial BarCodesí DiversiLab System Leverages on Agilent's 2100 Bioanalyzer
•  Amersham Biosciences Introduces New High-performance Image Analysis Software
•  Ocimum Biosolutionsí Unique GenowizTM Microarray Analysis Tool

Research Findings
•  Indian Scientists Find Cure for Black Fever
•  Stem Cell Research at Reliance Ready for Animal Trials
•  Colon Cancer More Likely to Kill Obese Women
•  Auckland University Researchers Recreate Original Ancestor of HIV Virus
•  The Ultimate Solution for Breast Cancer Patients?
•  New Zealand Scientists Discover New Family of Cancer Genes
•  Kenya Research Laboratory Develops Anti-virus Sweet Potatoes

Rules & Regulations
•  The Cartagena Protocol on Biosafety

Agriculture
•  Australian Farmers Cautiously Receptive towards GM Crops
•  Consumersí Views towards GM Food in China
•  China Focuses on Agricultural Biotechnology Development
•  Singapore's First Green Label Fertilizer
•  Senesco Adopts Delayed Ripening Technology

Commentaries & Analyses
•  China's Retail Drugs Market Shows Little Change in First Quarter

General News
•  ASMR Reports a Five-fold Economic Return for Health R&D Expenditure
•  New Pharmaceuticals Partnerships Program in Australia
•  Japanese Gearing Up for Possible SARS Outbreak
•  New Mad Cow Case in Japan Sparks Fear of New Viral Strain
•  Pakistan's Initiatives in Biotechnology
•  Biotechnology Looking Up Again in Taiwan and Asia Pacific

Global Development
•  New WTO's Policy to Protect Public Health Interests for Developing Countries
•  Drugmakers from India Helping African AIDS Patients Comply to Therapy
•  GE Acquires Amersham as Part of Strategic Expansionp.

People
•  2003 Winners of Singapore's Top Honors in Science & Technology Awards

Conference Calendar

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Obesity / Outlook for 2018
February:
Addressing the ageing population / Clinical trials
March:
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April:
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May:
Asthma / Dental health
June:
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September:
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October:
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November:
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December:
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