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    Trendlines, National Healthcare Group to develop solutions for unmet clinical needs

    The Business Times by Jacquelyn Cheok

    CATALIST-LISTED medical technology (medtech) incubator The Trendlines Group has inked its first partnership with a local healthcare group to build a pipeline of medtech startups and solutions for the global market. Trendlines on Thursday announced a… More

  • 11

    A Good Dose of Digital is what Healthcare needs

    The Business Times by Gery Messer

    THE health of Singaporeans was one of the topics in the Prime Minister's 2017 National Day Rally speech. Lee Hsien Loong touched on the growing epidemic of diabetes in the nation and how it will affect the quality of lives for citizens. The disease… More

  • 09

    Trek2000 CEO eyes medtech sector

    The Business Times by Stephanie Luo

    DO your business, get it right. If your business is right, it speaks for itself - this is Henn Tan's basic principle when it comes to running an enterprise. The chairman and CEO of Trek2000 International Limited told The Business Times during an interview… More

  • 12

    Help for S. Korean medtech firms to expand

    The Straits Times

    South Korean healthcare and medtech companies are getting a leg up to expand into Singapore and South-east Asia. Investment and consulting group Golden Equator and Korean regulatory and clinical research provider C&R Healthcare Global (C&R) will sign… More

  • 06

    Medtech firm opens urology HQ in Jurong

    The Straits Times by Annabeth Leow

    Erectile dysfunction sufferers could soon get a lift with a medical device maker opening a new urology headquarters here yesterday. The facility in Jurong East will be a hub for Dornier MedTech to carry out clinical research and formulate regulatory… More

  • 29

    Heading towards a biosensor revolution in healthcare industry

    The Business Times

    ROUNTABLE Participants: Dr Loke Wai Chiong, healthcare sector leader, Deloitte South-east Asia; Linus Tham, group chief information officer, Parkway Pantai; Dr Tan Teck Jack, chairman & medical director, North-east Medical Group; William Chew, managing… More

  • 28

    Playing instrumental role in the world's life science sector

    The Business Times by Chai Hung Yin

    Singapore When a sizeable number of complex scientific instruments in the world are made in Singapore, that speaks volumes about the Republic - that an island city-state can punch above its weight when it comes to cornering the global life science tools… More

  • 25

    Putting S'pore on map of medical advances

    The Straits Times by Lee Eng Hin

    It has been exactly a decade since my colleagues and I wrote about the need for more clinician scientists - or doctors who do research - in our healthcare ecosystem and the challenges faced by our young doctors who aspire to do so. The national goal… More

  • 23

    Start-up seeks simpler way to monitor dialysis patients

    The Straits Times by Marissa Lee

    Q How did NephTech get started? Ms Toh:  When we first met, we were colleagues at A*Star (Agency for Science, Technology and Research) working for a start-up in the nephrology or kidney space. We were working on an implant, which would take really long… More

  • 27

    Agilent to invest S$85m over 5 years in Singapore

    The Business Times by Chai Hung Yin

    Singapore Agilent Technologies will invest S$85 million over five years in Singapore to double its production capacity by expanding its advanced manufacturing and applied research and development (R&D) capabilities here on the back of robust growth.… More