The nation is prioritising digital literacy, creativity, and empathy in its educational system to empower students with the skills needed to thrive in a digital society while fostering collaborations between educational institutions and industry players.
CSIRO leverages AI to overcome scientific limitations, from automating trichome density assessment in agriculture to detecting harmful algal blooms, while also advocating for broader AI adoption across industries.
The institution introduces ground-breaking photonic analogue-to-digital converters, offering solutions to high-bandwidth signal processing challenges and potential applications in telecommunications, defence, medical imaging and satellite tech.
The National Cyber and Cryptography Agency (BSSN) has played a vital role in the 14th ASEAN Network Security Action Council (ANSAC), shaping ASEAN cybersecurity initiatives and collaborating with relevant ministries.
Singapore’s ASAR Project utilises advanced data-driven methods, including artificial intelligence, to proactively monitor and enhance the safety of COVID-19 vaccines, setting a pioneering example for vaccine safety surveillance worldwide.
The Department of Science and Technology (DoST) is set to enhance smart city initiatives and emerging technologies in the Philippines, fostering innovation, digital transformation, and sustainable urban development.
Scientists at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory conducted a nanoscience study focused on subsurface nanometrology, proposing quantum sensing potential, enabling deeper exploration while expanding detection capabilities.
Singapore and Vietnam are bolstering their collaboration in green and digital economies through recent agreements, which aim to foster innovation, sustainability, and economic growth for both nations.
Higher education institutions must continuously adapt to the rapidly evolving landscape of science and technology, fostering collaboration and embracing technology in diverse fields, as exemplified by the academic partnership between Mahidol University and the National University of Singapore.
Body Surface Gastric Mapping offers a non-invasive way to map stomach bioelectrical activity, leading to the discovery of distinct subgroups within chronic nausea and vomiting syndromes and potential advancements in gastrointestinal disorder diagnosis and treatment.