Researchers from NUS and A*STAR have developed a PETAL sensor patch that uses colorimetric sensors to track wound healing by detecting biomarkers, enabling prompt clinical intervention and improving wound care management.
The Aurora supercomputer, a remarkable technological achievement with over two exaflops of computational power, is set to revolutionise scientific endeavors across various domains, from climate change to space exploration.
DAHD’s launch of the NANDI portal aims to enhance transparency and efficiency in the regulatory approval process for veterinary products, facilitating coordination between departments, committees, and applicants in India.
Navigating the digital landscape in Malaysia, Siti Sapura binti Raffee highlights the importance of the public sector in driving a robust ecosystem and discusses components and strategies for successful digital transformation.
Siti Sapura binti Raffee highlights the consistent focus on digital government in Malaysia, emphasising the importance of policies, roadmaps and strategic initiatives in driving successful digital transformation.
To drive Malaysia’s digital economy, the government needs to address challenges, embrace emerging technologies, develop a National Digital ID, promote data sharing, and strengthen cybersecurity, concludes Siti Sapura binti Raffee.
Roscoe Taggart’s adoption of precision agriculture techniques and the Yara N sensor showcases how innovative farming practices can enhance efficiency, economic sustainability, and environmental stewardship, setting an example for the farming community.