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ST Engineering iDirect Launches Mx-DMA MRC, the Satcom Industry’s Most Powerful Return Technology (ST - Singapore Technologies Engineering Ltd)

Public Technologies 14 Apr 2021
Building on the award-winning Mx-DMA HRC (High Resolution Coding) technology, Mx-DMA MRC offers unprecedented service agility, extending the availability of Mx-DMA to very large networks while lowering the total cost of ownership ... ST - Singapore Technologies Engineering Ltd.
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Agilent Named One of Singapore’s Best Employers

Pharmiweb 14 Apr 2021
SINGAPORE--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Agilent Technologies Inc ... A) today announced that Agilent Singapore has been recognized as one of Singapore’s Best Employers in 2021 for the second year-in-a-row by The Straits Times, a leading Singapore-based newspaper ... About Agilent Technologies. Agilent Technologies Inc ... Agilent Technologies - Singapore.
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ImmunoScape Raises $14M To Advance Deep Immunomics Platform for High-Dimensional Immune Profiling and Drug Discovery

The Marshall News Messenger 14 Apr 2021
... of Singapore ... Investing since 1991, EDBI is a Singapore-based global investor in select high growth technology sectors ranging from Information & Communication Technology (ICT), Emerging Technology (ET), Healthcare (HC) and promising Singapore SMEs in strategic industries.
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Agilent Named One Of Singapore's Best Employer

Malaysian National News Agency 14 Apr 2021
Agilent Named One Of Singapore's Best Employer ... SINGAPORE, April 14 (Bernama) -- Agilent Technologies Inc ... A) today announced that Agilent Singapore has been recognized ...
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More research, training and innovation to improve chronic wound care for elderly patients in S'pore

Straits Times 14 Apr 2021
SINGAPORE - More training and innovation are being lined up to ensure better treatment for elderly patients with chronic wounds such as bed sores and diabetic foot ulcers ... "With Singapore's ageing population, by 2030, one in four will be over 65, so there will be more people with chronic wounds.
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James Dyson isn’t a Brexit hypocrite

The Spectator 14 Apr 2021
He backed Brexit for a wheeze – and then, when he realised that it was actually going to happen and the implications for his business sank in, he fled to Singapore ... Moving the HQ to Singapore, he says, was not a relocation but an expansion into growing markets ... in Singapore.
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Elise Hong first woman elected to helm precision engineering body

Straits Times 14 Apr 2021
A woman has taken the helm of the Singapore Precision Engineering & Technology Association (Speta) for the first time since the body was founded in 1982 ... She was elected as Singapore Precision Engineering & Technology Association chairman at its annual general meeting last week.
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Elise Hong becomes first woman to head Singapore precision engineering body

Straits Times 14 Apr 2021
SINGAPORE (THE BUSINESS TIMES) - The Singapore Precision Engineering & Technology Association (Speta), which serves the traditionally male-dominated industry, will now be led by a woman for the first time since its founding in 1982 ... at Singapore-listed Micro-Mechanics Holdings.
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Congenica and Camtech Diagnostics agree strategic partnership to support genomic analysis platform expansion in Asia

Malaysian National News Agency 14 Apr 2021
Cambridge, United Kingdom and Singapore, April 13 (Bernama) -- Congenica, the digital health company enabling rapid and accurate analysis of complex genomic data to transform people’s lives, today announces a strategic partnership ...
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Global investment drives research recruitment at Dyson

The Engineer 14 Apr 2021
In Singapore Dyson is recruiting 250 engineers over the next five years as its software and electronics engineering teams expand to support the development of connected and intelligent machines ... The company added that it is investing in global expansion as over 90 per cent of its technology is sold overseas.
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New study investigates link between COVID-19 and risk of blood clots

Open Access Government 14 Apr 2021
Scientists from Nanyang Technological University, Singapore (NTU), collected and analysed blood samples from 30 patients a month after they had recovered from COVID-19 to investigate the risk of blood clot formation.
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Why are some Covid-19 survivors at risk of blood clot?

The Siasat Daily 14 Apr 2021
Singapore ... The study, led by researchers from the Nanyang Technological University in Singapore, found that recovered Covid-19 patients had twice the normal number of circulating endothelial cells (CECs) that had been shed from damaged blood vessel walls.
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Normalise arrangements to alleviate burden on working caregivers

Straits Times 14 Apr 2021
So it's time Singapore took bigger strides forward to normalise FWAs, for the sake of all who perform care ... approach to get employers in Singapore to offer formal FWAs ... But a survey commissioned by technology firm Polycom suggests that FWA take-up rates in Singapore remain low.
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Forum: Normalise flexi-work arrangements to alleviate burden on working caregivers

Straits Times 14 Apr 2021
So far, through the Work-Life Grant, the Government has adopted an incentive-based approach to get employers in Singapore to offer formal FWAs ... But a survey commissioned by technology firm Polycom suggests that FWA take-up rates in Singapore remain low.
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From ride-hailing to fintech: Grab's journey in the fast lane

The Jakarta Post 14 Apr 2021
"Grab could potentially expand its fintech business in Southeast Asia due to a larger base of population being underserved by the traditional banking system," said Kevin Koh, an associate professor at the business school of Singapore's Nanyang Technological University (NTU).

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