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A new two-punch strategy against HIV successfully tested in the laboratory

Scientists Devise Approach that Stops HIV at Earliest Stage of Infection Researchers at The Scripps Research Institute have developed a new two-punch strategy against HIV...

Fungus compounds may slow prostate cancer

A new development in the fight against cancer: Recent research at the University of Haifa found that molecules found in common fungus Ganoderma lucidum...

Fungus compounds may slow prostate cancer

A new development in the fight against cancer: Recent research at the University of Haifa found that molecules found in common fungus Ganoderma lucidum...

Functional genomics of colon and kidney carcinomas

These new projects are dealing with the use of DNA microarrays to define genes relevant for tumor biology and clinical outcome. A central gene...

Data-transfer and near field detection through skin

Skinplex is the key to Ambient Intelligence and covers two basic functions : - Active communication of data over the skin - Passive sensing the...

FDA : New oral contraceptive approved

Wyeth has received an approvable letter from the FDA for its oral contraceptive Lybrel, stating that the drug candidate cannot be approved until additional...

Hideyo Noguchi Prize for Africa

The Japanese Government has established the Hideyo Noguchi Prize for Africa in July 2006 to award individuals with outstanding achievements in the field of...

“Hideyo Noguchi Africa Prize” – (FACT SHEET)

1. IDEALS AND OBJECTIVES The spread of infectious diseases presents a common threat to all humankind. Mindful that Africa faces this scourge most acutely, the...

Background of the Prize and future events

- 2nd May 2006 : During his visit to Ghana, Prime Minister Koizumi elaborated on the concept of the Prize in the joint press...

Who is Dr. Hideyo Noguchi?

Hideyo Noguchi(1876-1928), was a prominent Japanese bacteriologist of legendary stature. In spite of a physical handicap, burn on his left hand during his early...