Researchers from NUS have developed an AI platform that leverages a patient’s clinical data, including medication kind, dose, and cancer biomarkers, to determine the appropriate chemotherapy dose.
The programme allows local and global qualified start-ups in infectious diseases and immunology to access HKSTP’s complete ecosystem and the company’s extensive biotech funding network.
Everyone across Thailand is encouraged to support and participate in initiatives that develop the country’s digital economy while users of social media were cautioned against posting videos without permission.
The partners have developed a low-cost, highly miniaturised and incubator-compatible GaN chipscope which enables real-time monitoring of cells in the limited and humid space of an incubator.
Over 26,000 students exploring careers in critical industries will benefit from an additional AU$ 108.5 million over four years for the NSW Government’s two new TAFE NSW Institutes of Applied Technology.