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S’pore manufacturing output in October up 24% year-on-year

SINGAPORE: Singapore's total manufacturing output increased 24.4% year-on-year in October. However, excluding biomedical manufacturing, output declined 11.2%.

World

U.S. government stops breeding chimps for research

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. National Institutes of Health, which supports a variety of biomedical studies using animals, will stop breeding government-owned chimpanzees for research -- a step animal rights advocates lauded on Thursday.

Business

Singapore's industrial output grows 11.1 percent on year in June

Singapore's industrial production grew 11.1 percent on year in June, led by double-digit growth in the biomedical sector.

Education

An experience to cherish

Coming from a family of doctors and pharmacists, it is not surprising that Tan Chia Huei chose to specialise in the biomedical field.

Nation

Foreign workers to undergo health checks at clinics with biometric facilities

PETALING JAYA: Foreign workers no longer have to apply for work permits manually as they will need to go through health checks at clinics with BioMedical facilities.

Business

Manufacturing output up in S’pore

SINGAPORE: Singapore's manufacturing output increased 31% in October, boosted by the biomedical industry.

Business

Singapore GDP grows 5.2% in 2nd quarter

The republic's economy grew 5.2% in the second quarter this year, from 2.7% in the first, mainly due to an expansion in biomedical output and robust performance in key services sectors such as wholesale and retail trade, and financial services.

Education

Winning tie-up

TAYLOR#146;S University College has entered into a new collaboration with the University of Queensland (UQ), Australia, to offer twinning programmes for degrees in Biomedical Science and Biotechnology.

Education

Virtually engaged

FIRST-year biomedical science undergrads studying at Taylor's University College in Selangor recently participated in a two-hour video-conferencing lecture series organised by the school's twinning partner, the University of Queensland (UQ) in Australia.