In a breakthrough study, researchers identify how an enzyme found in fungi produces a natural chemical commonly used in cosmetics, fragrances and medicines.
Researchers identify a high-efficiency approach that can cut greenhouse gas emissions from plastics and fertiliser manufacturing.
Scientists create a platform for reliably customising antibody molecular structures, opening the door to more potent and effective antibody medicines.
A*STAR scientists pave the way for mobile supercomputing using magnetic nanostructures.
Materials science and computational techniques come together to advance new design schemes for aerospace alloys.
A new method of spraying metallic powders on the surface of worn-out aircraft components at relatively low temperatures holds promise for the aerospace industry.
Tiny metabolically engineered organisms could cheaply and sustainably produce ingredients for our natural foods, flavors and fragrances.
An advanced system based on discrete events paves the way for automated industrial monitoring
A technique to analyze production processes highlights the financial benefits of recycling
Joint laboratories created by A*STAR and the National University of Singapore are set to advance Singapore’s manufacturing industry through robotics and automation
A revolutionary atmospheric-pressure plasma boosts adhesion of polymer films for roll-to-roll solar-cell production