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An algorithm to rule them all
A powerful machine-learning technique enables biologists to analyze enormous data sets
Mass manufacturing of metasurfaces
Advanced display technologies based on nanostructures could be mass manufactured by introducing existing techniques from the semiconductor electronics industry
Spinal organoids mimic neurodegenerative disease
New spinal-cord-like cell clusters could be used to study and find treatments for nerve cell degeneration
Reprograming T cells to attack solid tumors
A two-pronged genetic manipulation of T cells of the human immune system could lead to more effective cancer treatments
Strength in numbers for 3D printing
Hierarchical microstructure improves the performance of metallic material
On board for aircraft repairs
A process that improves repair of carbon fiber airplane components may benefit Singapore’s avionic industry
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Acne's possible new roots in growing glands and undigested collagen
A link between acne, gland growth and poor collagen remodeling brings scientists in Singapore closer to an effective treatment.
Sydney Brenner’s 10-on-10: a take on evolution through the aeons
A new book spans 14 billion years of evolution and explores humanity’s place in time.
Virtually reality: future factories run by digital twins
A*STAR has built a testbed for digital twins, the virtual counterparts of real manufacturing equipment. These factory innovations could help companies save huge amounts of time and money by predicting and adjusting for their partner machine’s condition on the go.