The month of November at Cancer Science Institute of Singapore (CSI), where I work, is synonymous with its annual research conference – Frontiers in Cancer Science (FCS). This year marked […]
I am a second year graduate student at the Department of Biochemistry/Cancer science institute, NUS. I love being a lab geek. I also enjoy painting and outdoor activities!
Aristotle, the Greek philosopher had said “Man is by nature, a social animal” and though it refers to individuals of a society, this ideology also holds true for every single […]
Scientists from France claim to be the pioneers at creating the first lab grown human sperm from immature testicles, which could potentially help treat the prevailing problem of male infertility. The […]
If the medical community considers pathogens as major causes of death in cases of malaria, tuberculosis and AIDS, their opinion needs to be revaluated in the light of recent reports. […]
Heart disease is the leading cause of death in America and the trend is constantly on the rise. The fatality associated with heart disease can be attributed to the fact […]
Dengue, a dreaded disease caused by a viral pathogen and transmitted by the bite of the Aedes mosquito is prevalent in tropical and subtropical countries including Singapore. An estimated 100 […]
The adage “prevention is better than cure” modified to “prevention is the cure” in the context of cancer diagnosis might have to be rephrased again to accommodate the new research […]