Singaporean team's durian feat not to be sniffed at


(Clockwise from top left) Dr Yong Chern Han, Cedric Ng, Prof Teh and Prof Patrick Tan in their lab at NCCS. – The Straits Times/ANN

SINGAPORE: Their day job was cancer research, but a group of scientists from different institutions here had another equally uniting passion.

Gathering together in Chinatown every week to get their fix during the season, the self-confessed durian connoisseurs began to ponder the complexities of the odour and the mysterious allure of the king of fruit.

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