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01 Sep 2011
A nanoparticle-infused film brings innovative lighting and display technologies closer to reality.
18 Aug 2011
A one-pot synthesis provides a simpler and faster route to highly efficient solar cells
18 Aug 2011
The transmission quality of an optical fiber can now be tested without the need to take measurements at both ends
17 Aug 2011
This multidisciplinary conference examines urban governance in Asia from the perspective of intercity networks. Asia is home to around half of the world’s urban population and many of the most populous cities.
Flexible, organic solar cells
16 Aug 2011
Scientists from Singapore’s Institute of Materials Research and Engineering (IMRE), an institute of the Agency for Science, Technology and Research (A*STAR) have created a new polymer with both high charge mobility and high power conversion efficiency for application in both plastic electronics and organic solar cells.
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08 Aug 2011
Software that can identify the individual components of a chemically complex object can help museums and auction houses to authenticate ancient objects
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08 Aug 2011
Highly efficient organic light-emitting diodes are created by optimizing the molecular structure and device configuration
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08 Aug 2011
A silicon chip with integrated laser and optical grating offers new possibilities for telecommunications
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28 Jul 2011
Scientists at the Institute of Bioengineering and Nanotechnology (IBN), the world’s first bioengineering and nanotechnology research institute, have developed a new genetic engineering technique that promises safer stem cell therapy for cancer patients
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27 Jul 2011
The Industrial Consortium On Nanoimprint (ICON), which is helmed by the Institute of Materials Research and Engineering (IMRE), a research institute of Singapore’s Agency for Science, Technology and Research (A*STAR), is ready to put roll-to-roll nanoimprint manufacturing to the test.
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19 Jul 2011
Researchers from A*STAR Institute of Microelectronics (IME) have developed a lateral silicon-based drug screening tool that has demonstrated simultaneous capture of 12 individual cells – 12 times higher throughput than conventional patch clamping.
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06 Jul 2011
The recycling spent nickel catalysts could be both profitable and environmentally friendly
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06 Jul 2011
A rhodium–iron catalyst helps increase the yield of hydrogen gas in the steam reforming of ethanol
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06 Jul 2011
By harnessing A*STAR image-recognition technology, a Singaporean start-up company is taking information delivery and marketing to a new dimension.
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04 Jul 2011
Synthetic cell membranes invented at the Institute of Materials Research and Engineering (IMRE), may improve the way we identify and develop drugs by speeding up and reducing the cost of the drug screening process.
fig. 1: Machines that build and connect atomic scale circuits
28 Jun 2011
The Institute of Materials Research and Engineering (IMRE), a research institute of Singapore’s Agency for Science, Technology and Research (A*STAR), hosts the first AtMol workshop for the world’s experts in the advanced tools needed to build a molecule-sized chip.
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23 Jun 2011
Researchers from Singapore’s Institute of Materials Research and Engineering (IMRE) and the University of Michigan have developed a blue organic light emitting diode (OLED) with an efficiency level that is double the maximum theoretical limit. This paves the way for longer-lasting, more efficient and vivid OLED displays for the consumer market.
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20 Jun 2011
FXMedia Internet, A*STAR’s first licensee of the 3D Face Modeling technology, will launch the e-greeting card application – e-motions at CommunicAsia 2011.
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15 Jun 2011
Research Consortium launched to address challenges in advanced packaging technology
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13 Jun 2011
Researchers from Institute of Materials Research and Engineering have invented new ‘smart’ biomaterials including a unique hydrogel that has an on-off switch to precisely control its density and a new modular block copolymer that can be tailored to be triggered by specific temperatures.
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08 Jun 2011
Better insulation makes phase-change memory work faster and more efficiently
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08 Jun 2011
Periodic structures in organic light-emitters can efficiently enhance and replenish surface plasmon waves
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08 Jun 2011
A silicon waveguide that converts the polarization mode of light could speed up the operation of photonic circuits
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08 Jun 2011
Software originating at A*STAR that optimizes the flow of resources is enabling the aerospace and semiconductor manufacturing sectors to stay lean and flexible.
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07 Jun 2011
Scientists from Singapore have created a new chemical method that enables the development of a variety of tiny light conducting metal-semiconductor contacts. These light-sensitive nano-sized components could help create bioimaging labels as well as better photocatalysts used in fuel cells.
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01 Jun 2011
The Agency for Science, Technology and Research (A*STAR) Data Storage Institute (DSI) recently entered into a strategic partnership with 4DS, Inc. to develop a 16 kilobit (Kbit) resistive random access memory (RRAM) prototype and memory controller.
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27 May 2011
As aircraft and aerospace technology become increasingly complex, advanced maintenance and repair technologies are now more important than ever.
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27 May 2011
A new algorithm improves the way computers interpret readings of the brain’s electrical signals
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27 May 2011
Nanopillars significantly boost the power conversion efficiency of thin-film solar cells
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27 May 2011
Enzymes turn vegetable oils into fuel through a flexible two-step process

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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.