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Volume 23, Number 04, April 2019
Career development for researchers — Transitioning between academia and industry
Transitioning between academia and industry in the life science sector
Duke-NUS Medical School researchers say the key to transitioning successfully between academia and industry...
Preparing students for jobs that do not exist now
The changing face of global talent in A.I. age
Life of a scientist - Fighting cancer
A good scientist must be grounded and faithful. In this monthly column...
Water woes: Fast-approaching global water calamity
The water we rely on is being clogged fast by prescription drug waste..
Making precision oncology a reality
Advancements in genomic profiling and the evolution of regulatory science is making precision oncology...
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Volume 23, Number 04, April 2019
FEATURES  
Transitioning between academia and industry in the life science sector
Duke-NUS Medical School researchers say the key to transitioning successfully between academia and industry is to highlight skills in teamwork and meeting deadlines.
Preparing students for jobs that do not exist now
The changing face of global talent in A.I. age

In the age of artificial intelligence, how should you nurture talents for future careers that are unknown? In this article, Prof Roland Chin also shares the role of liberal arts education in universities in this era of AI.

LIFE OF A SCIENTIST  
Fighting cancer
A good scientist must be grounded and faithful. In this monthly column, APBN speaks to two scientists from Ark, Dr Zhou Lihan and Dr Zou Ruiyang to understand their motivation in finding solutions to beat cancer.
EYE ON CHINA  
CRISPR gene-editing not as precise as thought, warns of safety risks
Research found popular gene-editing tool likely to cause off-target mutations
African swine fever virus isolated in Northeast China
New screening method for early diagnosis of liver cancer in hepatitis B carriers
Research from XJTLU advances RNA modification mapping
INSIDE INDUSTRY  
Australian Government to invest AU$200 million for cancer medicines Lucence Diagnostics develop AI tools for liver cancer treatment Meibomian gland dysfunction is prevalent in Asia
BIOBOARD  
The secret to bats' immunity
Bats' ability to host deadly viruses without getting sick could help shed light on inflammation and ageing in humans
Rice can drown too
Reduce sugar intake to protect pancreas
Cashews may have fewer calories than previously thought
Green tea cuts obesity in mice
NEWS CRUNCH  
news Which country has the worst sleepers
news Asia is the fastest growing region for nutraceuticals
news 2018 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine winners
news Vitafoods Asia expands by 40 per cent in 2018
PR NEWSWIRE  
Asia Pacific Biotech News
EDITORS' CHOICE  
COLUMNS  

APBN Editorial Calendar 2019
January:
Taiwan Medical tourism
February:
Marijuana as medicine — Legal marijuana will open up scientific research
March:
Driven by curiosity
April:
Career developments for researchers
Editorial calendar is subjected to changes.
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