Ling Xing Yi

Associate Professor

Institution
Nanyang Technological University

Country
Singapore

Field
Chemistry

Ling received the 2015 L’Oréal-UNESCO For Women in Science Singapore Fellowship for developing an ultrasensitive environmental sensing platform that quickly detects trace contamination in water and soil by environmental toxins.

(Photo: Nanyang Technological University)

AWARDS
  • 2015 L’Oréal-UNESCO For Women in Science Singapore Fellowship

Related articles

Catching Up On Lost Sleep Doesn’t Help Sleep-Deprived Brains

Weekend lie-ins and a few early bedtimes can ease a busy work week, but don’t help with sleep deprivation.

An Eye On AI

Backed by immense computing power, breakthroughs in AI are transforming multiple facets of society, from the way we deliver patient care to how we harness renewable energy resources like solar power.

Hot Centers

The Urban Heat Island effect is making densely populated areas in cities hotter. How are city planners and governments in Asia addressing this?

How Digital PCR Unlocks Scientific Possibilities

Digital PCR has emerged as a powerful new tool in research. QIAGEN takes it a step further with its robust, scalable and well-integrated nanoplate-based digital PCR system.

Elevating Whole Exome Sequencing With Twist Exome 2.0

Designed with best-in-class features, Twist Bioscience’s Exome 2.0 outperforms other exome sequencing panels in detecting rare and inherited diseases.

You’d Be Able To Smell Your Virtual World Soon

Scientists have developed soft and flexible wearables that recreate a wide range of smells for virtual reality applications.

Decoding Signals From Space

Faced with datasets of galactic proportions, astronomers are turning to supercomputers to reconstruct the universe's dynamic past and better understand its expansive present and future.

Streamlining Robust Cell Line Development

Novel bioprocessing technologies can enable the development of robust, high-yield cell lines, supporting advances in biomedical research and pharmaceutical innovation.
food fraud, food integrity

Fighting Food Fraud

To intercept future food scandals in Asia and the world, innovations like blockchain and artificial intelligence could prevent fraud and reduce anxiety about what’s really on our plates.