News file for: Institute for Infocomm Research
Three women and five men have been awarded Singapore’s top scientific honors at the President’s Science and Technology Awards 2014.
The Institute for Infocomm Research has opened a hub that brings together infocomm research and businesses to spur innovation and growth.
Eight research scientists and engineers in Singapore were honored this evening at the Republic’s 2013 President’s Science and Technology Awards.
NEC Corporation has opened a new R&D center in Singapore to find solutions in the areas of safety, big data, security and smart energy.
Researchers at the Baidu-I2R Research Center in SIngapore have developed a music search technology that helps users obtain song information from just a sound clip.
A*STAR’s Institute for Infocomm Research signed an agreement today with leading Chinese Internet search provider Baidu Inc. to establish a joint laboratory in Singapore.
Everyone has heard of X-rays, but what about T-rays, the technology behind the full-body security scanners increasingly found in airports around the world?
VISA and Singapore’s Institute for Infocomm Research will develop a system that will use advanced transactional data analysis and digital forensics to provide an extra layer of security for online transactions.