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Found 780 articles associated to the institution The Agency for Science, Technology and Research (A*STAR).
 
A*STAR showcases 15 innovative solutions for safety and productivity at Singapore Airshow
15-February-2012

Singapore, 15 February 2012- The Agency for Science, Technology and Research (A*STAR) is showcasing 15 cutting-edge technologies to boost safety and productivity that is of relevance to the aerospace and aviation industry.

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A*STAR’s Aerospace Programme Consortium attracts more Leading Organisations in Aerospace Research Initiatives
13-February-2012

A total of 18 members joined the A*STAR Aerospace Programme’s consortium to collaborate on pre-competitive research in aviation technologies, develop new products, processes and solutions in aviation engineering, and improve performance, safety and productivity.

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I2R and Cambridge Silicon Radio collaborate to conduct state-of-the-art research to revolutionise coding, management and delivery of video content.
9-February-2012

Singapore, 9th February 2012 – The Institute for Infocomm Research (I2R), is collaborating with Cambridge Silicon Radio (CSR), a world leader in wireless technologies, connectivity and location solutions to enable CSR to develop and market the next-generation standard-compliant as well as proprietary video coding solutions.

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Surface engineering: The small stuff matters
1-February-2012

Understanding the molecular properties of polyelectrolytes gives unprecedented control over responsive polymer microstructures

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Artificial intelligence: Getting better at the age guessing game
1-February-2012

The active learning algorithm is faster and more accurate in guessing the age of an individual than conventional algorithms

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