Organizer: Singapore Women in Science Speaker: Professor Zee Upton, Research Director of Institute of Medical Biology, A*STAR Singapore Women in Science is a non-profit organization of and for women who are in […]
I obtained my PhD in organic chemistry and my research interest lies on utilizing organic synthesis approaches to modify DNAs for bio/biomedical applications.
Outside the lab, I am enthusiastic with reading and writing. And I am a big fan for all kinds of performing arts and outdoor activities.
A portrait of Nobel laureate Ada Yonath with ribosome hair, illustrated by an artist To engage in a cross-disciplinary dialogue about how to prepare future leaders and workforce, the world’s […]
This article is reproduced from Institute of Physics. Scientists have developed a 3D-printing method capable of producing highly uniform blocks of embryonic stem cells. These cells – capable of generating all cell […]
Stanford engineers have created a plastic “skin” that can detect how hard it is being pressed and generate an electric signal to deliver this sensory input directly to a living […]
On Oct. 15th, the Wall Street Journal (WSJ) dropped a bombshell on Theranos, one of Silicon Valley’s hottest $9 billion biotech startup that aims to revolutionize the blood test industry. The […]
For decades, researchers have been exploring the possibility of using pig organs in humans, so that a steady supply of organs for transplant could be created. But concerns about infection […]
The best way to prepare for a heroic voyage in science is to start. – Sydney Brenner Last week, Singapore was privileged to host a two-day event in honor of […]