Despite challenges caused by COVID-19, teams demonstrated their resilience and tech prowess with innovations including a novel photosensitive hydrogel, cancer treatment tech and an app to monitor babies’ development.
The hi-tech mask is able to support Bluetooth technology with APP to manage real-time temperature, wearing belt status and location tracking of the wearing person.
Quadratic Phenotypic Optimisation Platform (QPOP), developed by researchers from the Cancer Science Institute of Singapore at NUS is helping doctors make better clinical decisions when treating cancer patients.
As Singapore restarts its economy, data-driven tech solutions will play a crucial role in helping the nation safely and successfully get back on its feet.
New Zealand is keen to upskill and future proof its workforce and economy by investing in training and development.