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Found 776 articles associated to the institution The Agency for Science, Technology and Research (A*STAR).
 
Singapore Establishes the First-Of-Its-Kind Remanufacturing R&D Centre in Asia
31-May-2012

Singapore, 31 May 2012 - Singapore today announced the establishment of the Advanced Remanufacturing & Technology Centre (ARTC), the first centre in Asia to look into research and development (R&D) to develop technologies for remanufacturing that can be readily adopted by industry.

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Hitachi and Singapore’s A*STAR Design Novel Method to Reduce Genome Data Storage
30-May-2012

Singapore, 30 May 2012: Hitachi and Data Storage Institute (DSI), a research institute of A*STAR are devising a data compression technique to tackle the increasing volume of genome sequencing data generated by the healthcare and biomedical industry.

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NXP semiconductors and A*STAR Institute of Microelectronics to develop next generation 8” GaN-ON-Si Power Devices
24-May-2012

The IME and NXP team will collaborate on the development of process technologies for the manufacturing of GaN devices on 200mm wafer, which is expected to bring about considerable reduction in manufacturing cost compared to using smaller size wafers.

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Photonics: Beam me up
23-May-2012

‘Tractor beams’ of light that pull objects towards them are no longer science fiction. Haifeng Wang at the A*STAR Data Storage Institute and co-workers have now demonstrated how a tractor beam can in fact be realized on a small scale.

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Robotics: Gesturing for control
23-May-2012

New intelligent algorithms could help robots to quickly recognize and respond to human gestures. Researchers at A*STAR Institute for Infocomm Research in Singapore have created a computer program which recognises human gestures quickly and accurately, and requires very little training.

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