Five Receive 2021 President’s Science And Technology Awards In Singapore

Singapore has recognized five researchers with the 2021 President’s Science and Technology Awards for pushing the country’s frontiers in biomedicine and engineering.

Carving A Niche—An Interview With Florence Leong Of KosmodeHealth

With nature as their north star, Singapore-based food technology startup KosmodeHealth is finding plant-based solutions for the agri-food and biomedical industries.

Engineered For Innovation (VIDEO)

Peter Ho, CEO of engineering company HOPE Technik, aims to deliver bespoke engineering solutions with real-world impact.

Boosting Betaine Levels To Beat Schizophrenia In Mice

Scientists in Japan found that the antioxidant properties of betaine make it an ideal candidate for the treatment of psychiatric symptoms.

Biconcave Nanodisks Wreak Havoc On Tumors

An international team of scientists has developed drug-loaded biconcave carbon nanodisks that accumulate preferentially in tumors.

Taking The Pulse Of Reproductive Disorders

Scientists in Hong Kong and the UK have devised a method to monitor hormone pulse patterns in patients with reproductive disorders.

Winners Of NASI-Scopus Young Scientist Awards Announced

The awards, conferred by Elsevier and the National Academy of Sciences, India, acknowledges young researchers whose works help further India's key national initiatives.

Magnetic Field Helps Injured Muscles Heal

Researchers in Singapore have developed a device that harnesses magnetic fields to speed up muscle recovery.

Jackie Ying Receives 2018 TÜBA Academy Prize

Professor Jackie Y. Ying is the first woman to receive the TÜBA Academy Prize in the Science and Engineering Sciences category.

AUM Biosciences Licenses Cancer Drug From A*STAR

The drug, ETC-206, was shown to be well tolerated in human trials and specifically targets cancer cells while leaving normal cells unharmed.