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Found 780 articles associated to the institution The Agency for Science, Technology and Research (A*STAR).
 
A*STAR SIMTech Nanotechnology in Manufacturing Initiative (NiMI) to Overcome Challenges to Tap Market Potential
13-October-2010

Thirteen companies, ranging from local enterprises to MNCs are members of the initiative to exploit new market opportunities in the global nanotechnology market worth more than US$ 2.4 trillion in 2015.

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The brightest young minds in nanotechnology from across Asia gather in Singapore to talk shop and shop?
4-October-2010

The Asia Nano Forum’s (ANF) 3rd Asia Nanotech Camp at A*STAR’s Institute of Materials Research and Engineering (IMRE) brings together 40 hand-picked PhD candidates and early career postdoctorates from the Asia-Pacific region to discuss, debate, network and collaborate on their favourite pastimes - nanotechnology, eating and shopping.

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A*STAR’S Eco-friendly and toxic-free fire retardant debuts at BEX ASIA 2010
13-September-2010

PRESS RELEASE - Singapore, 13 September - A total of 9 Innovative Technologies on Display to Bolster Singapore’s Green Buildings and Construction Industry

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Body armour and protective sports padding made from cornstarch solution?
28-July-2010

Based on the same principles of how a cornstarch solution hardens on impact, Singapore researchers have invented a new flexible, lightweight, impact-resistant composite material. The technology can be applied to a number of areas, including body armour, sports protective equipment, surgical garments, and even aerospace energy absorbent materials.

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The thinnest, smoothest metallic lines in the world helps speed up miniaturisation of electronic devices
6-July-2010

Singapore, 6 July - New method creates super-thin, high integrity, continuous metal lines that surpass today’s semiconductor industry requirements.

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