• How Can You Mend a Broken Cell: Let Experimental Evolution Show You How

    When an essential car part dies, we expect the car dies as well. Same must also be true for the cell, so we think, because cell is akin to a hugely complicated “car”, in which many micro-machines work together under the hood to produce life. Well, one should know better. Here is a mind-boggling story regarding how cell manages, via the awesome power of evolution, to rescue itself from near death in the face of losing an indispensable gene (or “car part”). Read More
  • Aldolase - Metabolic Enzymes with Great Potentials for Cancer Theraputics

    The metabolic network plays an important role in homeostasis, which is a nature’s way of keeping everything balanced inside our bodies. In recent years, it has been discovered that within cancerous cells, the metabolic network is somehow tweaked. Read More
  • Collaborative Review Details Making Carbohydrates with “One-Pot” Strategies

    As one of the important classes of organic molecules, carbohydrates are considered a class of sophisticated and mysterious kind. As more and more brave pioneers tapped into this unknown region, various glyco-molecules, glyco-proteins and glyco-lipids are found to play important roles in cell growth and diseases... Read More
  • Promising HIV Vaccine Development Glycans Identified

    Since the first case of AIDS was diagnosed in 1981, more than 35 million people have died from the HIV/AIDS. Based on the statistics published by the Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS), there were 36.7 million HIV carriers in 2016. Right now, around 2.5 million people die of AIDS each year, and there still lack treatments to effectively cure this disease... Read More
  • New Antibiotic Natural Products Against Various Drug-resistant Bacteria Identified

    The rise of antibiotic resistance together with the lack of effective treatment has been noticed as a major threat to human health recently, mainly due to the overuse or misuse of antibiotics, and the problem is getting even worse because of global warming and increasing human contact through globalization. Read More
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HONORS & APPOINTMENTS

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  • Congratulations to Dr. Yun-Ru Chen for receiving the "Young Medical Scientist Awards" of the 14th TienTe Lee Biomedical Awards
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  • Congratulations to Dr. Ding-Shinn Chen for being awarded the the Order of Brilliant Star medal by the President
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  • Scientific Fortune Telling: Predicting Risk of Liver Cancer for Patients with Chronic Hepatitis B / Dr. Hwai-I Yang / 2013
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  • Making the right tools for tough jobs – how to build a scientific instrument / Dr. Yi-Sheng Wang
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