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· June, 2010

Stories about Science from June, 2010

Bangladesh: Outstanding Bangladeshi Researcher Completes Jute Genome Sequencing

Monir Uddin Ahmed at Science and Technology blog congratulates Bangladeshi scientist Dr. Maqsudul Alam for successfully completing Jute Genome Sequencing.

Taiwan: “When the Excavators Came to the Rice Fields”

Now occupying only 1.8% of total GDP in Taiwan, no one can deny that local agriculture has lost its once highly-respected status and is almost dying under many political decisions...

India: Surat Science Centre

Rajesh Jain visited the Surat Science Center and opines that every Indian city should have one such science center.

Japan: An interview with Nobel Prize winner Masatoshi Koshiba

The Tokyo Reporter republishes an interview [en] with professor Masatoshi Koshiba, who was awarded Nobel Prize in Physics in 2002 “for pioneering contributions to astrophysics, in particular for the detection...

Concert for Sickle Cell Anemia Awareness in Paris

As sickle cell anemia came in the spotlight with the withdrawal of French  soccer player Lassana Diarra from World Cup because of the disease, the APIPD (Association for Information &...

Philippines: University geniuses

The Diliman Genius gathers stories on the talented minds from the science and technology-related departments in the Diliman campus of the premier state university in the Philippines.

Russia: Mapping Top Bloggers and Regional Communities

Alexey Sidorenko shares his analysis of the data on Russia's top bloggers and regional communities.

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