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Vol 25, No. 02, February 2021
A Step into The Future: Innovative Ideas to Shape the Technology of Tomorrow
Cultivating Future Innovators with STEM Education: Insights from STEM Conference 2020
STEM Conference 2020, researchers and industry experts together to discuss how STEM education in Singapore and worldwide is evolving
Revolutionising Healthcare in the Age of IoT
The convergence of the Internet of Things (IoT) and blockchain technology may just be the next frontiers of digital technology...
Innovation and Technology: The Way Forward for Healthcare
With the rise of paradigm shifting healthcare challenges and the recent COVID-19 pandemic, healthcare systems need to embrace new...
Comparing Air Pollution in Urban and Suburban Areas of China
Researchers used data from the China National Environmental Monitoring Center (CNEMC) discover that PM 2.5 may have been overestimated...
Modelling Method Explains High Precipitation over the Tibetan Plateau
Collaborative team of scientists used convection-permitting modelling to simulate precipitation of the Tibetan Plateau...
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Vol 25, No. 02, February 2021
FEATURES  
Cultivating Future Innovators with STEM Education: Insights from STEM Conference 2020
By Oh Sher Li

STEM Conference 2020, organised by Science Centre Singapore in November 2020, brought educators, researchers and industry experts together to discuss how STEM education in Singapore and worldwide is evolving and adapting to the changing global landscape.

COLUMNS  
Revolutionising Healthcare in the Age of IoT - By Michelle Tan Min Shuen
The convergence of the Internet of Things (IoT) and blockchain technology may just be the next frontiers of digital technology in the healthcare industry.
EYE ON CHINA  
Comparing Air Pollution in Urban and Suburban Areas of China
Researchers used data from the China National Environmental Monitoring Center (CNEMC) discover that PM 2.5 may have been overestimated in winter while ozone is significantly underestimated.
New Bio-inspired Material Could Replace Conventional Plastics
Team from the University of Science and Technology of China (USTC) reports a method to manufacture materials with similar structure as nacre from wood-derived fibre and...
INSIDE INDUSTRY  
Partnership for Development of AI-Powered Telehealth-Radiology Platform Global Biotechnology Company Launches Investment to Develop Precision Medicine for Oncology and Immunology Report on Malaria in Asia Pacific Shows Significant Progress Made in Elimination, with Urgent Action still Needed
BIOBOARD  
Microbes for Greener Wastewater Treatment
Researchers from the National University of Singapore (NUS) have developed a new way to treat sewage that is much simpler, cheaper and greener than existing methods through a new strain of bacterium that can remove both nitrogen and phosphorous from sewage.
Treating Multi-drug Resistant Superbugs with Re-sensitized Antibiotics
Giving Industrial Waste Materials a New Lease of Life
Breakthrough Discovery of New Therapeutic Targets Against Alzheimer’s Disease
Repurposing Anti-depressant Drug for Treatment of Childhood Cancer
NEWS CRUNCH  
news CPhI & P-MEC China gives a glimpse of the success returning pharma events will deliver in 2021
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
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