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Vol 25, No. 01, January 2021
Home-Based Diagnostic Testing: Revolutionizing IBD Treatment
Monitor Bowel Inflammation on the Go
Making Home Faecal Calprotectin Test a Reality to revolutionise IBD Treatment
Industry Innovations for Biomanufacturing and Cell Line Development and Engineering
The 6th Annual Biopharma Development and Production Week was held from 3 to 5 November 2020, with three conference tracks discussing...
The Machines will Heal Us
Addressing the root causes behind AI’s slow adoption rates is the first step towards achieving sustainable development goals...
AI, The Missing Puzzle Piece in Accelerating Clinical Decisions
Clinicians have a heavy responsibility; their decisions turn information into actions. Today, there is a growing need for innovation...
Empowering the Next Wave of Healthcare Innovation through Data Analytics
Cloud data platform solutions company, Snowflake, has helped many organizations in various fields to embark on their own data-driven...
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Vol 25, No. 01, January 2021
FEATURES  
Monitor Bowel Inflammation on the Go
Making Home Faecal Calprotectin Test a Reality to Revolutionise IBD Treatment
Industry Innovations for Biomanufacturing and Cell Line Development and Engineering
by Oh Sher Li
The 6th Annual Biopharma Development and Production Week was held from 3 to 5 November 2020, with three conference tracks discussing biomanufacturing, cell line development and engineering, and cell and gene therapy manufacturing...
COLUMNS  
The Machines will Heal Us - By Michelle Tan Min Shuen
Addressing the root causes behind AI’s slow adoption rates is the first step towards achieving sustainable development goals for Artificial Intelligence (AI) in healthcare.
AI, The Missing Puzzle Piece in Accelerating Clinical Decisions - By Peter Quinlan
Clinicians have a heavy responsibility; their decisions turn information into actions. Today, there is a growing need for innovation in clinical decision making. COVID-19 has shown us that in emergency situations...
EYE ON CHINA  
Study Reveals Understanding of China’s Carbon Emission Balance
International team of researchers has compiled and verified newly available data on the country's carbon dioxide reduction, and...
Developing Nanomaterials for Better Performance
Researchers from the University of Science and Technology of China (USTC) designed a simple method to produce copper-based nanomaterials that would be applied to semiconductor material systems...
INSIDE INDUSTRY  
BioNTech and Pfizer Complete Phase 3 Study of COVID-19 Vaccine Candidate Partnership to Increase Access to Oncology Medical Care for Patients in Malaysia ADM Releases Insights to the Top Five Trends Shaping the Food Industry in 2021
BIOBOARD  
Promoting Muscle Health Through Magnetized Molecules
Research team from the National University of Singapore uncovers molecule that promotes muscle health when magnetised.
Artificial Intelligence System to Study Animal Behaviour
Molecular Process of Nerve Fibre Communication
Discovering the Role of Non-Coding RNA in Cancer Development
Protecting the Brain through Gut-Trained Immune Cells
NEWS CRUNCH  
news Highlights from the E&L China 2020 Conference
news Asia’s ageing population drives development of rehabilitation technologies targeting elderly disabilities
news Virtual Expo Connect to empower access for international pharma to the world’s largest pharma ingredients market
news WEIPU, AstraZeneca, Huadong Medicine, Saint-Gobain, Baxter, Wuxi AppTec, Henlius, Medtronic and more confirmed to speak at E&L China this December
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