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Cool Paint Can Make Urban Areas Feel 1.5°C Cooler

Applying cool paints to roofs, walls, and roads reduces heat absorption, making the built environment more comfortable for people

Supporting Women In STEM

As part of a continuing effort to bridge the gender gap for women scientists, L’Oréal Singapore celebrated three outstanding women researchers in the L’Oréal-UNESCO For Women in Science 2023 program. Dr Leow Wan Ru, Dr Yang Le and Dr Xue Shifeng each received S$10,000 to advance their research.

Accelerating Advancements In Healthcare

From disease diagnostics to drug development, healthcare applications are poised to receive a major boost from the combined power of AI and supercomputing.

How Smoking Bans Prevented Heart Attacks In Singapore

An analysis by Duke-NUS researchers finds that Singapore’s 2013 extension of the smoking ban averted heart attacks.

Tech And Materials Science Come To The Fore At Singapore’s 2023 President’s Science And Technology Awards

Two of Singapore’s top scientists and three rising stars were honored at the 2023 President’s Science and Technology Award Ceremony for their scientific, technological and economic contributions to Singapore.

Breaking Down Walls With Scientific Breakthroughs

Dr Tan Pei Leng emerged the winner of SGInnovate’s Falling Walls Lab Singapore 2023. She hopes to meet collaborators who can take her research from bench to bedside at the International Summit this November.

MOTIVATE: Empowering Stroke Survivors To Stay Physically Active

Co-designed with stroke survivors, MOTIVATE is a multisector collaborative initiative for stroke recovery led by the Singapore Institute of Technology.

Avantor Launches Its Expanded Singapore Manufacturing Hub

Showcasing a new cGMP manufacturing facility and a world-class Quality Control Laboratory, Avantor's new hub is set to strengthen the region’s innovation and biopharma ecosystems.
Dr Ong Sin Tiong

Looking Back And Ahead: How A Scientist In Singapore Breaks Ground In Cancer Research

Known for his work on chronic myeloid leukemia, Dr Ong Sin Tiong at Duke-NUS Medical School continues to shed light on the mechanisms of drug resistance in this hematologic cancer.

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.