Spearheading Singapore’s Sustainable Development

Through applied research and industry collaboration, researchers at the Singapore Institute of Technology address sustainability and circularity issues in the key sectors of food, chemical and biotechnology.

Tapping Into Nature To Address Peritoneal Adhesion

Using pollen grains, the Singapore Institute of Technology (SIT) and local startup Sporogenics have teamed up to develop a hydrogel film with superior properties to prevent this post-surgery complication.

Building A Brighter Tomorrow For Healthcare

NSG BioLabs is launching a new program to accelerate innovation in healthcare, empowering startups through grants, mentorship, and networking.

Preparing A Pipeline Of Life Sciences Talent

PSB Academy offers students a flexible life sciences education with well-equipped facilities as well as overseas research opportunities at La Trobe University where they can learn from distinguished faculty.

GenScript Launches Manufacturing Facility In Singapore

GenScript’s new facility is set to improve support for scientists in the Asia-Pacific region with shorter delivery time and local collaboration.

Women Wunderkinds

To celebrate this year’s International Day of Women and Girls in Science, we take a look at eight shining examples of scientific excellence in Asia.

Measuring Blood Alcohol Levels Through The Ears

A new device that fits over a person's ears can measure real-time changes in blood alcohol levels through the skin.

Shaping Growth In Life Science Start-ups

For start-up founders in the life sciences, a venture capital partner can provide the capital and coaching needed to transform medical breakthroughs into commercially viable products.

BD Biosciences Reimagines Flow Cytometry Marketplace

BD Biosciences’ upgraded website streamlines discovery, and equote requests of flow cytometry solutions for accelerated research and innovation.
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Special Delivery: A New Way To Transport Sperm

In a seminal development, researchers from Japan have successfully mailed freeze-dried mouse sperm via a postcard.