In conversation with MiraculeX’s co-founder, Dr Eluem Blyden What are the company’s core technologies or products? MiraculeX is creating the first healthy consumer PROTEIN SWEETENERS. Protein sweeteners are found in […]
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Narmada did her undergraduate studies at Vellore Institute of Technology, India and her doctorate on 'Targeted gene therapy for liver fibrosis' at National University of Singapore.
She is currently working on 'cardiac disease modeling with pluripotent stem cells' in the Vascular and Stem Cell Systems Group at the Institute of Molecular and Cell Biology, Singapore.
Apart from a good chat on science and education, she is passionate about photography, traveling, stories and of course cooking for survival.
Brief background on the consultant chosen for this interview The consultant has a bachelor degree in biomedical engineering and a master degree in management in health and life science. […]
Research indicates that the traditional dairy system is outdated, unsustainable, inefficient and needs to evolve to meet the shifting demands of our population. For various reasons, traditional cow dairy has […]
Life science graduates, postgraduates or early career researchers often encounter a number of crossroads for career options spanning between academia, industry (R&D or Business strategy development in pharmaceutical, medtech and […]
An engaging forum on the efforts being taken to develop non-animal approaches to toxicity, safety and efficacy testing held at Matrix, Biopolis, Singapore on the 25th January 2016. Is animal […]
This article is summrizing a talk organized by biotechin.asia and Stemcell Technologies at ACE Ideation Centre, Singapore on Product development and commercialization (12th January 2016). In the field of applied […]
Ground reality on Science, Manufacturing, Patient need and Outcome Stem Cell Society Singapore Symposium ‘Opportunities & Challenges in Stem Cell Based Medicine’ (held 17-18 November 2015; Biopolis, Singapore) Stem cells and […]