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Found 683 articles associated to the institution The Agency for Science, Technology and Research (A*STAR).
 
Doubling up improves nanoring design
2-November-2015

A new nanoring design shows potential for generating short magnetic pulses and could be used to explore magnetic switching in materials.

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Fusionopolis Two: Accelerating Cross-Disciplinary Innovation, Discovery and Collaboration In One-North
20-October-2015

Singapore— Fusionopolis Two, the latest addition to one-north, an R&D hub and icon of Singapore’s knowledge economy masterplanned and developed by JTC, was officially opened by Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong today.

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Applied Materials and A*STAR Announce New R&D Joint Lab in Singapore for Advanced Semiconductor Technology
19-October-2015

New S$150 million joint investment is expected to create 60 jobs for highly skilled scientists, engineers and researchers.

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Singapore Researchers Develop First Animal-Free Screening Platforms To Predict Toxic Kidney Injury
9-October-2015

Researchers in Singapore have developed the first animal-free screening platforms capable of predicting the toxic effects of compounds on the human kidney accurately.

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Recreating Embryonic Development “In A Dish” To Study Drugs That Cause Birth Defects
9-October-2015

Researchers in Singapore, for the first time, have recreated two key processes essential for fetal formation in vitro. The team has not only controlled the differentiation of stem cells into other cell types, but they have also demonstrated the successful migration of these transformed cells.

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