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Vol 13, No 11, November 2009 - Child and Adolescent Psychiatry
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Australia
•  "Worm" Treatment for Auto-Immune Disorders
•  New Imaging Agent for Early Diagnosis of Skin Cancer
•  "ECG for The Mind" Fast-Tracks Depression Diagnosis in 60 minutes
•  Seven Aussie Researchers Awarded Gates Foundation Grants

China
•  Tougher Flu Control Work in Western Regions of China

Japan
•  Drought-Tolerant Crops that can Respond to Climatic Stress

Korea
•  Korea Raised Flu Alert for Preparedness

Singapore
•  Southeast Asia's First Kilo Laboratory Opens in Singapore
•  Endow Robots with Fake Skin for that "Human Touch"
•  World's First Semi-Cloned Fish
•  A Novel Fly Model of Parkinson's Disease Developed by Singapore Researchers
•  Singapore Scientists Play Key Role in Genome 10K Project
•  Findings Show H1N1 Virus No Different from Seasonal Flu

Taiwan
•  Umbilical Cord Blood Transplant Effective in Stroke Treatment
•  Adequate Folic Acid Intake Reduces Cancer Risk
•  Taiwan Scientists Find Key to Immune Response
•  Rice's Flood-tolerant Properties of Rice Explained
•  Early Detection by Nanotechnology Eases Osteoarthritis Treatment Costs

Europe
•  Breakthrough Boosts Hope for Breast Cancer Treatment
•  The Missing Chromosome 8 Can Suppress Cancers

North America
•  Access to Medical Care to Breast Cancer in Developing and Poor Nations
•  H1N1 Confirmed in Cat in Iowa
•  HIV-1 Genome Revealed
•  The Internet Way to Take Control of Your Health
•  Mold in Stale Grains Causes Cancer

Feature
•  Child and Adolescent Psychiatry: Psychopathology Viewed through the Developmental Lens

Industry Watch
•  Starpharma Signs Agrochemicals Deal
•  Circadian Achieves Key Manufacturing Milestone for Cancer Drug Candidate
•  Monsanto Opens First Biotechnology Research Center in China
•  Novartis Expands Pharma R&D in China
•  NeoStem Acquires China Biopharmaceuticals
•  Tianyin Pharma Expands Antibiotics Business in a Joint Venture
•  The Win-Win Partnership of GVK Biosciences-Wyeth Research
•  Strategic Partnership to Treat Influenza in India
•  India and U.S. Join Forces to Ramp Up Production of H1N1 Vaccine
•  Amylin and Takeda Collaborate to Develop Obesity Drug
•  ZyGEM and Phthisis Tie Up to Make Pathogen Detection Products
•  Sirtex Medical Sets Up Facility in Singapore
•  Singapore is Roche's First Biologics Manufacturing Site in Asia-Pacific
•  Medtronic Makes Singapore its Asia and International Headquarters
•  Academia Sinica and IDRI Combine Research Effort to Fight TB

Research and News
•  Chinese Scientists Found New Pathogenesis Mechanism Associated with Multiple Sclerosis
•  Landmark Finding Holds Key to Understanding p53 the Master Gene Regulator

People Watch
•  Australian Scientist Wins 2009 Nobel Prize for Medicine
•  Australia's Life Scientist of the Year 2009
•  ChemGenex CEO Lauded for Advancing Cancer Treatment
•  Indian-Born Scientist Wins 2009 Nobel Prize in Chemistry
•  A Boost to Translational and Clinical Research in Singapore

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news Singapore Biomedical Company Appointed as a Certified Service Provider by 10x Genomics
news Proteona Honoured with "one to watch" Prize in the Inaugural Spinoff Prize by Nature Research and Merck Grou
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