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Pharma companies are partnering AI firms to advance drug discovery

Increasing investments in AI in drug discovery by big pharma companies allow them to apply machine learning to identify and screen potential drug candidates, says GlobalData.

SGD110 million lab to create healthier foods and sustainable biochemicals

SGD110 million research facility will deepen knowledge of good macronutrients and micronutrients, food products and ingredients, as well as design eco-friendly 'bio-factories' to produce industrial biochemicals

Philips and Singapore Institute of Advanced Medicine Holdings open regional oncology center

First phase of Singapore's Advanced Medicine Imaging Center provides accurate and timely diagnosis of cancer, plus an education center for medical training and scientific research collaborations. New treatment innovations, including radioisotope and proton beam therapies, will be made progressively available

3D printing will become standard part of healthcare portfolio

3D printed healthcare devices can range from medical devices to drugs and even organs, says GlobalData.

Vela Diagnostics buys Great Basin Scientific

Adds 6 FDA approved products and a manufacturing and R&D site in Salt Lake City

APAC Biotech and Diakonos bring new immunotherapy technology to India

This new technology effectively targets and activates the tumor antigen-specific CTL-response.

Kintaro Cells Power partners Tokyo Medical University to advance stem cell research

Ground-breaking stem cell research examining the differences between young and old stem cells can contribute to better stem cell treatment for all.

Clearbridge partners with Genome.One to offer clinical-grade personal health genomics programme

Genome. One's comprehensive programme assesses individual's risk of developing 52 hereditary conditions, including 31 cancers, 13 heart conditions, and other conditions.

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