Making the most out of medtech5 Jan 2023
To fully realise the potential of medical technology, A*STAR scholar Daryl Jude Lawrence explains why scientists should move beyond the lab and experience the inner workings of industry-level production and entrepreneurship.
An eye for vision science25 Nov 2022
Studying the way we see the world can help us develop more accessible product and treatment designs, says A*STAR scholar Shui’er Han.
The innovation network16 Nov 2022
Game-changing new ideas and products are born from connecting the right minds and hands. In this cover story, we spotlight how A*STAR facilitates those connections and cultivates the culture needed for an ecosystem of innovation.
An appetite for change11 Nov 2022
To meet Singapore’s goal of sustainable food production, the trio behind the A*STAR spinoff Meatiply reveals their journey in building the company and developing alternative proteins.
The 2012 President’s Science and Technology Awards20 Nov 2012
Innovative and impactful research takes center stage at Singapore’s prestigious science awards
Celebrating Singapore’s young scientific talent27 Mar 2012
The A*STAR/SNAS Young Scientist Awards are helping to spur innovation and creativity in Singapore by celebrating the work of outstanding young researchers
Video-on-demand goes one step further27 Mar 2012
A*STAR’s Scalable Multimedia Platform technology enters a new phase of commercialization, bringing its ‘anytime, anywhere’ high-quality video streaming solution to a wider audience
Local environs explained, and marketed, in a click5 Jul 2011
By harnessing A*STAR image-recognition technology, a Singaporean start-up company is taking information delivery and marketing to a new dimension
New brain atlases rewrite the textbooks on brain anatomy30 Mar 2010
The Biomedical Imaging Lab of A*STAR continues to develop world-leading three-dimensional brain atlases to assist clinicians in brain surgery, diagnosis and neuro-anatomical education.
Display technology gets a shot of realism16 Feb 2010
Inspired by cerebral physiology, scientists at the A*STAR Institute for Infocomm Research are developing a display technology and system that will make it possible to show high dynamic range images on conventional displays based on gaze tracking.