03 Oct 2013
Singapore, 3 October: Singapore’s SIMTech, a research institute of A*STAR initiated a Collaborative Industry Project (CIP) comprising four initiatives , with the support of SPRING Singapore, to offer manufacturing SMEs an integrated approach to boost productivity in the various phases of the manufacturing process.
02 Oct 2013
I²R, Singapore’s largest ICM research institute, and SMU are the first in Singapore to discover three security weaknesses in iOS 7, which Apple Inc. has recognised and rectified.
IMRE Prototype
30 Sep 2013
Singapore, 30 Sept 2013 - A*STAR’s IMRE and its partners have launched a new Nanoimprint Foundry that will develop, test-bed and prototype specially engineered plastics and surfaces for the specific purpose of commercialising the technologies.
Gold nanostructures
25 Sep 2013
A new method that fabricates gold nanostructures quickly and efficiently could lead to highly sensitive, portable medical sensors
High frequency device
25 Sep 2013
A device that can manipulate radiofrequency signals could soon reduce the size of short-distance communication systems
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25 Sep 2013
The properties of metal surfaces, typically prone to corrosion, are now more controllable using laser processing
14 Sep 2013
EyeFly3D, the screen protector that turns ordinary mobile devices into 3D viewing platforms won the Technology Innovation category in the Institution of Engineers Singapore (IES) Prestigious Engineering Achievement Awards 2013.
12 Sep 2013
Singapore, 12 Sept 2013 – The Infocomm Development Authority of Singapore (IDA) and A*STAR Data Storage Institute (DSI) have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) today to jointly develop innovative cloud computing-powered technological solutions for the benefit of local ICT companies.
11 Sep 2013
Singapore-developed music search technology provides new experiences to mobile device users to access several million music items in Baidu online music database
11 Sep 2013
A new computer model of city dynamics could pave the way to planning sustainable urban areas
11 Sep 2013
An experimental demonstration of light scattering controlled by silicon nanoparticles augurs well for the development of integrated optical circuits
11 Sep 2013
An automated method could prevent blindness by detecting glaucoma in its early stages
11 Sep 2013
Joint laboratories created by A*STAR and the National University of Singapore are set to advance Singapore’s manufacturing industry through robotics and automation
05 Sep 2013
Cloud solutions to accelerate local ICT companies’ adoption of technologies and overcome end-user challenges faced by the ICT industry
29 Aug 2013
An improved software algorithm enables more efficient modeling and development of computer hard drives of the future
29 Aug 2013
Atomic-level simulations hint at how to control the magnetic properties of layered materials for data storage applications
29 Aug 2013
Theoretical simulations reveal that layered semiconductors with magnetic interfaces are potent catalysts for solar energy capture and conversion
29 Aug 2013
Biocompatible complexes for drug delivery applications get a structural boost from nanoscale silicon cages
19 Aug 2013
The 15 Asian Chemical Congress makes its way back to Singapore after nearly three decades. The prestigious biennial event has been hosted across Asia since its inauguration in 1985 and has been instrumental in bridging the links between major chemistry societies in the East and West.
14 Aug 2013
Fluorescent organic nanoparticles operating as cell tracers outperform existing methods for long-term tracking of living cells
14 Aug 2013
Mathematical modeling confirms that a nanometer-scale device that can concentrate light into a tiny spot improves optical sensing
14 Aug 2013
A data-sharing scheme utilizing an encryption manager shows the way towards low-cost, flexible and secure cloud storage services
14 Aug 2013
A sensor developed at A*STAR can detect bladder cancer cells and track tumor progression
31 Jul 2013
Multi-armed polymers with dual fluorescent and magnetic imaging capabilities boost the resolution of cancer detection tools
31 Jul 2013
Sensitive measurements of lubricant transfer in hard disk drives will aid the design of more stable and compact components
31 Jul 2013
Experiments and numerical simulations show that miniaturized ultra-small platinum cylinders weaken when their constituents are reduced in number
31 Jul 2013
A superglue polymerisation strategy that fortifies encapsulated ‘liquid marble’ water droplets also strengthens their market potential
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31 Jul 2013
The Singapore White Spaces Pilot Group takes the nation’s capability in ‘white space’ wireless connectivity to a new level
23 Jul 2013
Joint Labs in Precision Motion Systems and Industrial Robotics are Geared towards High Value Manufacturing
17 Jul 2013
A new computational scheme enables more stable simulations of shockwaves in fluids and may be scalable for large engineering designs


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Giants in history

Maggie Lim (5 January 1913 – November 1995) was a Singaporean physician who promoted family planning and expanded the access to clinics to improve the quality of life for mothers and children in Singapore’s early days.
Gloria Lim (1930-2022) was a mycologist from Singapore who studied tropical fungi. One of the first students to attend University of Malaya when it was founded in 1949, she went on to become the first female Dean of the Faculty of Science at the University of Singapore.