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Interview with Professor Roger Foo from A*STAR’s Genome Institute of Singapore (GIS) on Peranakan DNA Genome Study (Prof Roger Foo)
Scientists from A*STAR’s Genome Institute of Singapore (GIS) have completed a DNA study on Peranakan Singaporeans as part of a project to help them learn more about their ancestry. The findings will be released in August at a public forum at the Asian Civilisations Museum. In an interview with Channel NewsAsia, Professor Roger Foo from GIS, who was the Principal Investigator for this project, spoke about how this study came about and the kinds of insights that people can expect from this project.

Disease Detectives: Unmasking an Unsuspected Killer (Associate Prof Swaine Chen)
In 2015, an outbreak of Group B Streptococcus (GBS) affected more than 350 Singaporeans. Here's how a team led by Dr. Swaine Chen of the Genome Institute of Singapore identified raw fish as the cause. https://www.asianscientist.com/2019/05/features/sea-beast-gbs-food-safety-aquaculture/

2019. TEDxNTU (Dr Li Jingmei)

International Women's Day @ Disney

2017. Young Scientist Awards 2017 (Dr Li Jingmei)
Channel News Asia – “Why It Matters: Filthy Rich”

At face value, a $10 note is just a note. But if you examined it closely enough, what you find might gross you out. Joshua takes our banknotes to a microbiology lab to find out how just dirty our money is. Are you getting more than you bargained for? This episode of “Why It Matters” features expert comments from Drs Niranjan Nagarajan and Swaine Chen.

https://www.channelnewsasia.com/news/cnainsider/how-dirty-money-bacteria-banknotes-singapore-9503352

2017. A*STAR TV - Mini Brains, Mega Impact
Singapore scientists grow miniature human midbrains (Prof Ng Huck Hui)

2016. INK - Personalized cancer treatment (Dr Ramanuj Dasgupta)
Dr Ramanuj Dasgupta discusses his pioneering method of cancer treatment, genomics-driven precision oncology at INK Asia 2016.


2015. Fast and sensitive mapping of nanopore sequencing reads with GraphMap (Dr Niranjan Nagarajan)

2016. Scientists from Genome Institute of Singapore and Stanford University collaborate to generate new human bone and heart cells from embryonic stem cells


2016. RNAi-based functional genomics at the GIS


2015. Young Scientist Awards 2015 (Dr Wan Yue)

2015. President’s Science and Technology Awards 2015 (Prof Patrick Tan)


2014. The Genome Institute of Singapore uses cloud computing to process big biomedical data and accelerate delivery of new analytical tools to researchers and clinicians worldwide


2013. Young Scientist Awards 2013 (Dr Khor Chiea Chuen)

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