Mother’s antibodies may worsen dengue infection in children

A dengue vaccine that stimulates a strong T cell response in babies has been found to provide better and broader protection than vaccines which induce the production of mainly antibodies.

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Engineered bacteria and broccoli extract kills colorectal cancer cells

A team of NUS researchers have found a way to turn a humble cocktail of bacteria and vegetables into a targeted system that seeks out and kills colorectal cancer cells.

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Harnessing the power of synthetic biology

The National Research Foundation Singapore (NRF) announced a new Synthetic Biology Research and Development (R&D) Programme. Three of the four awarded research projects will be carried out by NUS Medicine researchers.

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The first madrasah student in NUS Medicine

Ms Amalina Ridzuan, Phase III Medicine student, is one of the first two former madrasah students to be accepted by the school in 2015.

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Living in the moment with Karate

When Associate Professor Too Heng-Phon slipped and fell at the NUS business school more than a decade ago, he decided to make a change and learnt karate. He joined the Ken Yu Kai Association in Singapore to learn the Shitoryu style of karate, one of the four major styles of karate in the world.

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Prof Tan Chorh Chuan receives appointment as University Professor

Professor Tan Chorh Chuan, former NUS President, has been conferred the title of University Professor by NUS to recognise his contributions to the university.

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Immunotherapy trials pave the way for better cancer treatments

Eight immunotherapy trials are currently ongoing as part of the National University Health System (NUHS)’s Cancer Summit Research Programme, aimed at targeting a range of cancers including breast cancer and lymphoma.

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