SMART researchers use Raman spectroscopy for early detection of SAS, which can help farmers better monitor plant health and improve crop yields.
Nanoscale devices integrated into the leaves of living plants can detect the toxic heavy metal in real time.
The discovery can help to cure bacterial infections without inducing resistance or causing harm to good bacteria.
Gelatin-based microcarriers offer higher yield and scalability compared to existing commercial microcarriers.
Biological engineer discusses condensing the time taken to develop therapeutics down from many years to a matter of months.
Studying usage in Singapore, MIT and SMART researchers find scooter rentals allow for increased sharing frequency and fewer vehicles needed.
Funds will support research on glaucoma through retinal biometrics and neural cell implantation therapy for spinal cord injury.
New technology cuts cell culture time by half and uses more targeted cell sorting and purification methods.
SMART researchers find exposing bacteria to hydrogen sulfide can increase antimicrobial sensitivity in bacteria that do not produce H2S.
Sequential immunization might be safer and more effective than the existing tetravalent vaccine.
The experimental drug has shown promise in early-stage clinical trials conducted in Singapore.
In the Chinese city of Chengdu, one-third of ride-sharing might replace public transit trips.
Company working with Sikes Lab to test feasibility of low-cost diagnostic that could be manufactured by the millions each day.
Study reveals drainage, deforestation of the region’s peatlands, which leads to fires, greenhouse emissions, land subsidence.