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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.

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Watching Out For Depression Risk

Scientists from Singapore have developed a machine learning program to predict depression risk based on vital signs tracked by wearables.
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Transforming Food Waste Into Wonder

Creative techniques that repurpose food waste into a range of valuable products are giving even fruit peels and fish scales a new lease on life.

Supercomputers To The Rescue!

With high performance computing tools, Singapore is bolstering its response to emerging threats such as infectious diseases and climate change.
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Smart Packaging To Keep Food Fresh For Longer

A smart food packaging material with antimicrobial properties, developed by a Singaporean-American team, could extend the shelf life of fresh produce.

Turning Pollen Into Printing Ink

Researchers from Singapore have repurposed sunflower pollen into a sustainable and affordable bioprinting ink with applications in tissue engineering and drug delivery.
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Laying The Foundation For A Resilient Asia

Tapping Asia’s growing expertise in disaster risk communication, the Understanding Risk Asia 2021 conference explored how building trust is vital to building resilient communities.
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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.

Singapore Recognizes Rising Research Talent At The 2021 Young Scientist Awards

From quantum computing to neuroscience, three young researchers take the year's top honors for their contributions to Singapore’s scientific landscape.

Bracing For Impact With Tougher Helmets

By developing a tough new plastic, a Singapore-France team engineered stronger bicycle helmets to minimize the risk of critical head injuries.