Articles tagged with ‘University of Philippines Diliman’

21 May 2015
An understanding of natural immune suppression mechanisms in the female reproductive tract could lead to new ways to combat cancer. Just after menstruation, the immune response of the female genital tract is “up and running” to stave off sexually transmitted infections. A...
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21 January 2014
Nanowires are 10,000 times thinner than a human hair, but show promise as components of small-scale electrical devices. This article outlines a few of the developments in nanowire technology which bring us closer to their mainstream use in a variety of sensors...
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