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August 30, 2002

Can Money Turn Singapore Into A Biotech Juggernaut?

“The biomedical initiative, Yeo explains, is meant to combine these elements into “an integrated, goal-oriented approach to develop human, intellectual, and industrial capital” in the life sciences”

May 28, 2004

A Life of Fusion

This article comes to you through a collaboration between Next Wave and Science's aging knowledge environment,
SAGE KE. The joint venture is supported by the
AARP Andrus Foundation.

May 28, 2004

Against the Clock: Expiry Date for Researchers in Germany?

" I feel I am doing a good job, and I have enough money from grants to continue my work, but I still have to leave."

October 05, 2001

Protection of Biotech Intellectual Property Rights: A Singapore Perspective

As most researchers are not legally trained and may not be well versed with IPRs, it is wise to constantly educate the researchers on such issues.

June 07, 2002

Directing Natural Product Research in Singapore: An Expatriate’s Experience

"Research in Singapore will expand, with an ever-increasing number of new companies and institutes. Coupled with the expansion of many existing employers, this provides real opportunities for top-quality research and career advancement."

October 03, 2003

A Dual-Career Dream--Or Double the Trouble?

"Go for it--it's great fun and there are lots of career openings for properly trained clinical researchers," says David Edwards, professor of neonatal medicine.

August 06, 2013

Career Lessons From Lindau

Three young scientists tell Science Careers how their experiences at the Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting influenced their research and career.

March 12, 1999

Subsidy Helps New Grads Find First Science Jobs

November 09, 2001

Singaporeans Abroad: East Meets West Through Science

As science is a global endeavour, I believe I will continue to interact with researchers in different regions of the world when I return to Singapore.

October 01, 2004

Facing Life's Challenges as a Foreign Scientist

We came to the United States to learn and work, seeking a better life. The challenges we faced were not always easy, but they made us stronger and wiser.

September 20, 2002

Working for Evidence: From the Crime Scene to the Trial

"The most satisfying part of the job is the challenge of solving an unknown case ... and putting all these jigsaw puzzles together."

June 14, 2002

The Quest for Innovative Science

"It was the joy and excitement in finding something new that could be applied and benefit mankind in the shortest possible time that spurred me into biomedical research."

December 21, 2001

Environmental Science and Engineering in Singapore--An Outlook on R&D (Part II)

Unlike other environmental issues, air pollution crosses national borders. So to address these issues it is crucial for the governments and scientists from neighboring countries to work closely.

July 26, 2002

Teaching: A Meaningful and Challenging Career

"Even though I was initially apprehensive about teaching a large group of teenage students, my passion for education and my desire to teach incited me to take up this challenge."

November 01, 2002

Becoming a Patent Attorney in Australia

"Although the field is still relatively small in Australia, the number of job opportunities is increasing."

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February 15, 2013

Tips for Successful International Collaborations

Setting up successful international collaborations is about leveling the field, especially when working with partners in developing countries.

July 19, 2002

Ethical Issues in Research, Part I: Research by Stealth

"In most parts of the world, independent ethical review committees have emerged to protect the interests and welfare of research participants. Generally, these committees are not responsible for reviewing clinical practice. The result is that innovative clinical procedures, which are usually research orientated, often evade such scrutiny and patients are denied the protection it provides."

October 03, 2003

Balancing Career, Motherhood, and Widowhood (…and Remarriage!)

I finally got the "PI thing" figured out--and have started believing that maybe I'll make it to tenure someday soon.

August 30, 2002

High-Performance Liquid Chromatography--A Useful Tool for Determining Active Constituents and Adulterants in Traditional Chinese Herbal Medicines

“Currently, in Singapore, as in the rest of Asia, there is a shortage of well-trained HPLC analysts in TCHM R&D laboratories and TCHM manufacturing industries.”