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Feathers May Have Helped Dinosaurs Beat Cold

Traditionally understood as warm-loving animals, dinosaurs lived and thrived in the arctic, suggest a study by Chinese and American researchers.

MiRXES Launches New Manufacturing and Research Capabilities

With a slew of new capabilities and a collaborative project, biotechnology company, MiRXES, hopes to contribute to Singapore’s vision of early cancer screening.

Understand, Innovate, Implement

Over five decades of innovation and commercialization experience has equipped IPI Innovation Advisor Dr Loh Wah Sing with the tools to help SMEs access new target markets.

Trusting At Face Value

Researchers from Japan discover that greater levels of facial similarities in individuals of the same sex can increase perceived trustworthiness.

Filtering Poisons With Seeds

Waste from vegetable oil manufacturing could cheaply and effectively remove toxic heavy metals from contaminated water, find a Singaporean-Swiss research team.

World’s First Kale-Based Prebiotics Made Especially For Asians

Left-over kale stems in its powder form could help improve digestive health for Asians.

Kangaroo Dads

Fathers can establish a closer bond with their infant child through skin-to-skin contact or Kangaroo care, reports researchers from Australia and the United Kingdom.

Visionary Insight Into Dementia

Sight impairment could increase one’s risk of developing dementia, finds a research team from China and the United States.

Asia’s Rising Scientists: Senjuti Saha

Dr Senjuti Saha is advocating for an equitable global research landscape, and for researchers to reclaim their power and take charge of the problems their countries face in the Global South.

Taking The Complexity Out Of Artificial Intelligence And Machine Learning

No-code artificial intelligence places previously complex machine learning technology within the reach of smaller organizations—accelerating innovation and sparking growth in start-ups and SMEs.