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Singapore scientists come up with new indoor test for airborne coronavirus and warns of infection risk
Singapore-based scientists have come up with a device that detects coronavirus in the air of indoor spaces, raising the prospect of "airborne surveillance" of the virus to supplement testing of individuals.
SINGAPORE (The Straits Times/Asia News Network): A new challenge that countries may possibly face in the future is the emergence of a new SARS-CoV-3 virus arising from humans transmitting the coronavirus back to bats.
A NEW study by a National University of Singapore (NUS) team has found that an infected person can spread Covid-19 by exhaling fine aerosol particles when breathing, talking and singing, not just though droplets when coughing or sneezing.
SINGAPORE: A National University of Singapore (NUS) team has developed a new metallic material lighter than paper and plastic, but electrically conductive, allowing for more flexible robots to be created.
A STUDY led by the National University of Singapore (NUS) has found a way to use chemotherapy to shrink cancerous tumours while also minimising relapses and harmful side effects.
Singapore scientists have helped to shed more light on the way the human body heals itself.
A BAND-aid with a coating that can help repair wounds may soon hit the market.