AI Can Help Identify Diseases Early
Scientists in Singapore have developed a software that quickly and accurately predicts chemical modifications of RNA molecules which can then help understand their role in diseases such as cancer.
Researchers Find A Gene To Regulate Leukemia
Pusan National University scientists have discovered that SURF4, a novel gene, can help regulate leukemia progression.
Asia’s Rising Scientist: Cheong Sok Ching
Professor Cheong Sok Ching is championing the battle against cancers that disproportionately affect Asians, and leading drug development research in Malaysia.
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.
Potential Cancer Therapy: Vitamin D Linked DNA Molecules
Researchers in Japan discover a novel DNA molecule that prevents tumor growth by inhibiting breakdown of Vitamin D.
Asia’s Scientific Trailblazers: Ashok Venkitaraman
Having discovered BRCA2’s crucial role in genome stability, Professor Ashok Venkitaraman continues to drive research into cancer detection and treatment at the Cancer Science Institute of Singapore and A*STAR.
Navigating Cancer Treatment With The Tiniest Of Tools
A new soft robotic laser could allow surgeons to conduct head and neck surgeries without damaging critical structures in the vicinity.
Divide And Conquer: Classifying Cancers For Targeted Therapy
With a new classification scheme for angiosarcomas, health experts can develop and select more effective treatments for cancer patients.
Keeping A Better AI On Prostate Cancer
To lessen invasive diagnostic tests, researchers have developed an artificial intelligence-based method to accurately diagnose prostate cancer with only a urine sample.
Asia’s Rising Scientists: Jyotirmayee Dash
By flipping the switch on rogue genes, Dr. Jyotirmayee Dash hopes to add more tools in the ongoing crusade against cancer.