In February 2019, a team of researchers from NUS and the Geriatric Education and Research Institute will seek to delay or reverse frailty in 300 seniors in the community by screening them for frailty.
Assistant Professor John Chen and his research team have found a new way in which bacteria evolve, one which they believe is at least 1,000 times more efficient than any currently known ways.
High blood pressure is more prevalent among middle-aged adults but there has been an increase in the number of children falling prey to this condition.
About 680 volunteers and staff from secondary and tertiary schools, hospitals and healthcare organisations in Singapore came together on 13 and 14 October to provide free comprehensive health screening and education for residents in Jurong.
Seminar: Functional Study of Circular RNAs Using Deep Sequencing and Bioinformatic Analysis | Studying Molecular Mechanism of Mammalian Clock Using "In Cellulo" Biochemical SystemRead More
3rd Raffles Dialogue on the Future of Human Well-being and Security (HWS): Towards Resilient and Empowered SocietiesEvent Website
Course: Basic Life Support (BLS) & Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS)