28 July 2021
By tapping into the inner workings of cells, Jinmiao Chen uses novel analytical technologies to understand why immune responses vary greatly among individuals.
22 July 2021
Nuclear fusion could provide Singapore—and the rest of the world—with a safe and clean source of energy, says A*STAR National Science Scholar Valerian Hall-Chen.
16 July 2021
From expanding the genetic alphabet to uncovering antibiotics hidden in silent genes, A*STAR’s researchers are wielding the tools of synthetic biology to improve our lives in surprising ways.
24 June 2021
Taking meal timing into account in dietary recommendations could radically alter our approach to food consumption, metabolism and health.
25 May 2021
Nanosensors embedded in plants could allow farmers to ‘talk’ to their crops and gather valuable data for better yields, says Min Hao Wong.
7 May 2021
By addressing technological and societal needs while advancing basic research, scientists can make a profound impact on Singapore and beyond, says A*STAR Deputy Chief Executive (Research), Andy Hor.
10 March 2021
Horizontal Technology Programme Offices will bring A*STAR’s deep capabilities to bear on real-world issues facing Singapore and the wider world, says Deputy Chief Executive (Research), Andy Hor.
8 March 2021
Understanding the impact of antibiotics on both infants and adults could help restore the delicate balance of the gut microbiome.
4 March 2021
A*STAR is poised to contribute towards Singapore’s Research, Innovation and Enterprise 2025 plan across all four strategic domains.
21 December 2020
Three A*STAR scholars—Sarah Luo, Caroline Wee, and Kaicheng Liang—have been selected for the highly competitive National Research Foundation Fellowship out of over 134 applicants worldwide.
18 December 2020
From genomics to gene editing and cancer research, the A*STAR winners of the 2020 President’s Science and Technology Awards and Young Scientist Awards are blazing the trail in biological research.
20 November 2020
Computing devices are finally reaching their limits. But recently discovered particles called magnetic skyrmions could redefine these limits, according to Anjan Soumyanarayanan.
6 November 2020
A*STAR researchers have developed a point-of-care rapid antibody test kit that can detect antibodies produced in response to SARS-CoV-2 infection in just fifteen minutes.