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02 Nov 2015
The Agency for Science, Technology and Research (A*STAR), and the National University Health System (NUHS) have launched a new study looking at biological signatures of ageing to improve the health span of Singaporeans.
02 Nov 2015
A 2.5-dimensional magnetic recording scheme could help break the data density barrier.
02 Nov 2015
A synthetic process that combines multiple components through quick, consecutive reactions is promising for drug manufacture.
02 Nov 2015
A new nanoring design shows potential for generating short magnetic pulses and could be used to explore magnetic switching in materials.
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19 Oct 2015
Singapore— Fusionopolis Two, the latest addition to one-north, an R&D hub and icon of Singapore’s knowledge economy masterplanned and developed by JTC, was officially opened by Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong today.
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19 Oct 2015
New S$150 million joint investment is expected to create 60 jobs for highly skilled scientists, engineers and researchers.
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09 Oct 2015
Researchers in Singapore have developed the first animal-free screening platforms capable of predicting the toxic effects of compounds on the human kidney accurately.
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09 Oct 2015
Researchers in Singapore, for the first time, have recreated two key processes essential for fetal formation in vitro. The team has not only controlled the differentiation of stem cells into other cell types, but they have also demonstrated the successful migration of these transformed cells.
08 Oct 2015
New programme allows local firms to acquire productivity know-how in order to be manpower-lean and drive business growth.
07 Oct 2015
Discovery paves the way for treatments targeted at regaining skin youthfulness and elasticity.
07 Oct 2015
Tellurium electrodes have higher energy densities and may be charged and discharged faster than conventional electrode materials.
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07 Oct 2015
A computer algorithm that copies the navigation functionality of humans and animals helps robots navigate unfamiliar spaces.
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05 Oct 2015
A study from the Singapore Management University looks into the laws that govern mergers and acquisitions in Asia’s fast-changing landscape. Among other things, it found that independent financial advisers opinions, that were issued on takeover offers on the Singapore stock exchange, were not based on independently verified information.
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05 Oct 2015
Researches at the Singapore Management University have developed an automated 'debugging' approach called Adaptive Multimodal Bug Localisation (AML). AML gleans debugging hints from both bug reports and test cases, and it performs a statistical analysis to pinpoint programme elements that are likely to contain bugs.
Professor Tse Yiu Kuen
05 Oct 2015
A researcher at the Singapore Management University is developing econometric models that can provide us with a clearer picture of global markets such as the inter-continental relationships and daily shifts of stock markets, currency exchanges and interest rates.
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05 Oct 2015
The SMU Centre for Cross-Border Commercial Law in Asia (CEBCLA) is facilitating Singapore’s development as a major commercial law centre by conducting rigorous research on the practice of commercial law in Asia’s increasingly complex business environment.
SMU Assistant Professor Yuanto Kusnadi
28 Sep 2015
Research into cash-rich companies is revealing insights into corporate governance and shareholder value according to studies done at the Singapore Management University.
SMU Professor Su Liangjun
28 Sep 2015
A researcher from the Singapore Management University is developing new techniques in econometrics to provide a more realistic understanding of the economy.
SMU Associate Professor Ma Dan
28 Sep 2015
Is it better to be an early adopter or wait till the technology matures? A study from the Singapore Management University helps companies make data-driven decisions.
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28 Sep 2015
The Fujitsu-SMU Urban Computing and Engineering Corp. Lab is using technology to build cities free of taxi queues, congestion and crowding.
25 Sep 2015
Hormone found to be critical in promoting growth of human embryonic stem cells, paving way for improved regenerative medicine and cell-based therapies.
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25 Sep 2015
Magnetic resonance imaging provides insight into myocardial mechanics after a heart attack.
25 Sep 2015
DNA repair mechanism manipulated to delete genes without leaving a scar.
25 Sep 2015
Two-dimensional organic lattices are easier and safer to work with than inorganic materials for spintronic and quantum computing applications.
23 Sep 2015
The calibrated library of compact models will enable improved accuracy and reliability in photonic integrated circuit design and fabrication.
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22 Sep 2015
Identifying the underlying mechanisms of this accelerated ageing syndrome progeria brings scientists one step closer to slowing down the ageing process.
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22 Sep 2015
New insights to the mechanisms bring broad implications to stem cell therapy and disease diagnosis.
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22 Sep 2015
Using 'action research' approach, researchers at the Singapore Management University (SMU) are designing new or improved social services in order to help better understand and respond to the needs of vulnerable communities in Singapore.

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