No-code artificial intelligence places previously complex machine learning technology within the reach of smaller organizations—accelerating innovation and sparking growth in start-ups and SMEs...
Recognizing the importance of microRNA as a key biomarker in several diseases, Professor Cheng He hopes to address critical challenges in the development of early disease diagnostic tools at MiRX...
At the Technology Development Center at ITE College Central, a multi-disciplinary R&D team works with partners to develop efficient cost-saving solutions.
With the rapid advance and proliferation of artificial intelligence, innovators have begun developing smarter machines to bolster a wide array of human activities.
By supporting open innovation and working with private organizations, the National Research and Innovation Agency of Indonesia drives efforts to improve the lives of citizens.
NSG BioLabs is launching a new program to accelerate innovation in healthcare, empowering startups through grants, mentorship, and networking.
With more than 30 years of experience in transforming novel ideas into marketable products, IPI Innovation Advisor John Teo is keen on helping start-ups master the art of commercialisation.
From exploring new galaxies to addressing humanity’s greatest challenges, the diverse honorees listed on the Asian Scientist 100 (2022 edition) represent the best and brightest minds in Asian S...
At the forefront of gene sequencing technology, MGI is transforming the healthcare ecosystem.
Local consulting firm MDesign Solutions harnesses their processes and expertise to support open innovation and product development.
Collaboration and cutting-edge technology are at the heart of Panasonic’s Co-creation Programme as a collection of innovative tech offers are shortlisted for commercial success.
Longway AI Technologies places customers at the forefront of its operations to deploy intelligent solutions that address real-world problems and unique market requirements.
Singapore’s plan to transform into a sustainable city by 2030 moves forward at a rapid pace with the continuous development of forward-looking policies and top-notch technology.
From industry expertise to open innovation challenges that drive ideas and solutions, IPI is well-positioned to help fledgling businesses take off.
Asia boasts some of the world’s best dishes, but its relationship with food goes beyond taste. Here’s how researchers are building a healthy and sustainable food future, while preserving the ...
Recent technological advancements make it possible for healthcare to start at home, removing the inconvenience and worry surrounding traditional methods.
These five innovations are taking root in Asia to make the food supply chain speedier and more sustainable.
COVID-19 has disrupted food supply chains across the globe, but agricultural technology is keeping Asia’s farming industry fertile through revolutionary apps, automated robots and more.
Environmental testing can equip the public health system with better means to monitor and curb the spread of infectious diseases.
Exciting innovation in robotics, health and sustainability lie on the horizon for Singapore’s technology landscape.
Scientists from Singapore have developed a machine learning program to predict depression risk based on vital signs tracked by wearables.
Creative techniques that repurpose food waste into a range of valuable products are giving even fruit peels and fish scales a new lease on life.
With high performance computing tools, Singapore is bolstering its response to emerging threats such as infectious diseases and climate change.
With a keen understanding of the medtech ecosystem, IPI Innovation Advisor Professor Ignatius Rasiah helps companies take their technology from research to market-ready products.
A sneak peek inside Singapore’s next step in supercomputing.
Five Singapore-based research projects will soon make use of the world’s fastest supercomputer to address challenges from materials science to sustainability.
Healthcare facilities are susceptible to the spread of infections, but developments in antimicrobial technologies are working to wipe the danger of harmful microorganisms out.
As the number of Internet of Things devices continues to grow, innovators explore energy harvesting as a promising solution to ensure power availability.
Through The Codette Project, Ms. Nurul Hussain is building an ecosystem where everyone has access to the opportunities and resources they need to succeed in tech. We are revisiting this feature t...
Singapore Institute of Technology (SIT) researchers are mixing up ways to minimize triboelectricity-induced fouling, a problem that has long plagued powdered food manufacturing.