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Low Risk Of Coronavirus Transmission By Tears: Study

A small clinical study conducted in Singapore has indicated that the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus may not be readily transmissible in tears.

What’s Different About Asia?

Upon learning firsthand that Asian and Caucasian patients responded differently to cancer drugs, John Wong founded the Cancer Therapeutics Research Group to study these differences.

NUS Partners Agilent On Cardiovascular Medicine

NUS researchers will have access to Agilent's latest bioanalytical instruments for studies on cardiovascular and other drugs.

Potential Marker For Gastric Cancer Stem Cells

Researchers have identified a marker that could help distinguish gastric cancer stem cells from normal, healthy cells.

Real Time Cancer Diagnosis During Endoscopy

Singapore-based medtech startup Endofotonics has developed an in vivo molecular diagnostic system that can diagnose cancer in real time.

Stem Cells From A Single Drop Of Blood

Singaporean scientists have developed a method for generating stem cells that only requires a single drop of blood.

To Dissect Or Not To Dissect

Is dissection the most efficient way to study anatomy, or simply a rite of passage? Ivan Seah discusses pioneering new techniques in the study of anatomy.

Drinking Caffeine (In Moderation!) May Support A Healthy Liver

To all the caffeine lovers of the world, researchers at Duke-NUS Graduate Medical School may have some good news for you.

New Drug Against Multidrug-Resistant Tuberculosis Developed

An international team of researchers has developed a promising new drug for the treatment of multidrug-resistant tuberculosis (TB).

Scientists Discover New Drug Target For Aggressive Breast Cancer

Scientists have identified a gene that could be crucial in determining the clinical outcome of a highly aggressive form of breast cancer.