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IOF Young Investigator Awards presented at Singapore meeting
At the IOF Regionals 6th Asia-Pacific Osteoporosis Meeting in Singapaore, five researchers from Australia, Hong Kong, India and Japan were awarded the prestigious IOF Young Investigator Research Awards.
'Pressure-welding' nanotubes creates ultrastrong material
MIPT's researchers investigated the possibility of 'gluing' parallel nanotubes to each other, creating a material so durable that it could withstand even the harsh conditions of the aerospace industry.
Experts focus on urgent need for Fracture Liaison Services in the Asia-Pacific
A proven method of identifying and managing patients at high risk of fracture is the implementation of coordinator-based Fracture Liaison Services (FLS) in clinics and hospitals.

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