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Scientists at NTU Singapore have found a way to use sunflower pollen to develop a 3D printing ink material that could be used to fabricate parts useful for tissue engineering, toxicity testing and drug delivery. This pollen-derived ink is able to hold its shape when deposited onto a surface, making it a viable alternative to current inks …

A team of researchers from the National University of Singapore (NUS) has come up with a new solution to boost the surveillance of designer drug abuse. Led by Professor Eric Chan from the NUS Department of Pharmacy, the team has identified three new urinary biomarkers that could be used to detect consumption of ADB-BUTINACA, an emerging synthetic cannabinoid …

Cyber Youth Singapore (CYS) and the Singapore University of Technology and Design (SUTD) will be signing a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) on Saturday, 28 August 2021. This MOU marks the start of a close working partnership between CYS and SUTD to co-create opportunities for all youths in tech in Singapore. This unique, first-of-its-kind collaboration between …

A self-proclaimed “mad scientist”, Puay Siew is naturally driven to seek new frontiers in science at the intersection of artificial intelligence (AI) and manufacturing. It is a critical junction where ideas come to life and impossible concepts become possible. “I am a dreamer. That’s what keeps me young and alive,” she shares. Puay Siew has …

The Ministry of Culture, Community and Youth (MCCY)’s Singapore Cares Office (SG Cares Office) will further grow skills-based volunteerism, through a new partnership with the Singapore Medical Association (SMA). Skills-based volunteerism refers to utilising one’s profession skills and expertise to serving the community. To achieve a greater reach, the SG Cares Office has inked a …

Raffles City Singapore hosts a new electric showcase. A couple of years ago, if you had mentioned the word ‘electricity’ and ask someone to think of a name beginning with the letter T, the answer might probably be Thor. These days, there’s a new T in town. We’re talking about Tesla. The famous electric car …

Bask in the celebrations with these National Day-inspired eats See this island, every grain of sand. Hear this anthem, it’s the voices of our friends. 🎵 Yup, it’s your friends asking you out for a good meal to celebrate Singapore’s birthday. If you’re looking for local flavours to indulge in, CapitaLand INSIDE got you covered with …

New research has shown that cashiers would need higher wages for handling cash, as compared to card, to compensate for the stress of counting the wrong sum. This trade-off between wages and stress has implications for future job design. The research by the National University of Singapore (NUS) Business School was published in the peer-reviewed …

Cvrry emerged as the champion of the Plant-based Perfection Challenge 2021, a competition that looks for the most innovative plant-based meat alternative that best represents Asia, with an associated business concept. Jointly organised by ADM, a global leader in human and animal nutrition, and NTUitive, the innovation and enterprise company of Nanyang Technological University, Singapore (NTU Singapore), the …

Tuberculosis is caused by the M. tuberculosis bacteria which mainly infects the patient’s lungs. Did you know that tuberculosis (TB) has plagued humans for thousands of years, and it continues to sit in the list of top 10 causes of death worldwide today? Worse, some strains of the bacteria that causes TB have become “superbugs” …