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Vol 10, No 22, 30 November 2006 - Biostatistics
Contents

BioBoard

Australia
•  Politicians Chastise Australia's Science Institute
•  GE Healthcare and WA Government Collaborate on Cell-based Imaging Equipment
•  The Goal of Imugene's H5N1 Avian Influenza Virus Vaccine

China
•  East China University Sparks Debate on Education Funding
•  3D Map of SARS virus Drawn
•  Researchers Comment that Global Loss of Biodiversity is Harming Ocean Bounty
•  China Insists that there are No Variant Bird Flu Strain
•  Gene involved in Eye Lens Development
•  Cancer-causing Dye Found in Duck Eggs in China

Hong Kong
•  Scientists in Hong Kong Found Clues to Pandemic Bird Flu
•  Hong Kong Bird Flu Expert Picked to Head WHO

India
•  Ranbaxy Signs Licensing Agreement with Swiss Company Debiopharm
•  Indian Biotechnology Park

Japan
•  Japan's New Premier Chases Innovation
•  Japan Reforms Screening to Speed up Drug Approval

New Zealand
•  New Zealand Invests in Neurology Project

South Korea
•  South Korea Gives Funding Boost to Stem-Cell Research
•  South Korea to Inject $253 million into Biotech
•  Scientists Discover Stem Cells Might Help to Treat Mental Illness

Singapore
•  Renowned French Cancer Development Biologist Moves to Singapore's Biopolis
•  Singapore Plans to Build Bigger Heart Center to Handle Spiraling Patient Numbers
•  New Centre for Biomedical Ethics at NUS

Taiwan
•  Taiwan's CDC Places Order for H5N1 Vaccine
•  Tenders sought for Pingtung Agricultural Biotech Park Housing

Special Feature
•  Biostatistics : Why Biotechnologists Should Care about Biostatistics

Industry Watch
•  Australian Listed biotech firms to Benefit from New Alliance
•  CyGenics Signs Collaboration Agreement with the Blood Centre of Zhejiang Province
•  Shanghai Genomics
•  CMIC and Accium Collaborate to Provide Exploratory-IND and Low-Radiation PK/ADME Service
•  Stelic Discovers New Treatment Method for Acute Liver Failure
•  Japan Bioventures Today -- Regimmue Corporation
•  Inventory Response by Baxter on its Preliminary Findings for Bird Flu Vaccine
•  Davos Life Science Opens World's Largest R&D Centre on Tocotrienols in Singapore
•  Invitrogen Opens First of its Kind Supply Centre in Singapore

Agriculture
•  Progress of Crop Functional Genomics Program in Korea

Research & Findings
•  S*Bio Develops Singapore's First Clinical Anti-Cancer Drug Candidate under
•  Scientists make Diagnoses Easier Through New Molecular Probe
•  Nobel Prize Winner Hopes China to Contribute More to Biotech
•  India Fears Faulty HIV Test Kits Spread Disease
•  Injectable Hyaluronic Acid-Tyramine Hydrogels Formed by Enzyme for Drug Delivery and Tissue Engineering

General News
•  Biopolis Phase II Opens with Strong Interest from Research Institutions and Biomedical Companies
•  A*STAR And UK Medical Research Council Partnership Opens Up New Research Opportunities For A*STAR Scholars

People Profile
•  Professor Roger D. Kornberg - 2006 Nobel Prize in Chemistry

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