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Volume 2 • Number 3 (Tissue Engineering)
Creating and Growing Body Parts
A New Perspective on Stem Cells
Stem cells in the eye and the hair follicle hold promise for tissue culture.
The Art of Making Bone
Search is on for bone-replacement material that mimics nature.
Nobel Laureates Share Novel Thoughts
Four offer glimpses into the future.
Luminescent Polymer Lights up the Way to Biosensing
Semiconducting plastic could shed light on the identification of biological molecules.
IMRE Focuses on Critical Technology
Singapore’s materials institute designates biomaterials and nanotechnology as key research areas.
Synthesizing Carbon Nanotube Junctions
Carbon nanotubes promise exciting new applications.
A Multinational Talent
Temasek Professor Wolfgang Knoll talks about his multinational research experiences.
Extending the Life of Optical Lithography
Fresh ideas stretch the limits of lithography into yet another generation.
Simple Yet Powerful Communications Circuits
Inspiration from biological signals brings low-cost, low-power miniature devices closer to reality.
Yeast Gives Clue to Cell Division Process
IMA research provides a better understanding of cell-division mechanisms.
Digital Albums Handle Image Overload
DIVA ends novice users’ post-holiday blues by helping them find that elusive digital still or video image quickly.
A Year of Innovation — Message from NUS President.
Innovative highlights in various fields.
Chairman of Bioethics Advisory Committee stresses the importance of guidelines for life-science research.
Professor Horst L Stormer, 1998 Nobel Prize winner in Physics, explains why materials matter to him.
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