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A team of scientists from Duke-NUS bring us a step closer to using stem cells to repair and regenerate irreversibly damaged tissues and organs.
The heart expert from Canada talks to MEDICUS about his work on COVID and heart inflammation and his paradigm-shifting project to bring our brain and heart closer.
In this episode, three scientists talk about what art brings to their lives, how science and art interplay and if they are two sides of the same coin.
Final-year medical students at Duke-NUS get a taste of the day-to-day work and responsibilities shouldered by junior doctors.
This fearless scientist is relentless in his search for answers, tackling one research question after another.
A little girl gets a new lease of life with the help of Duke, SingHealth Duke-NUS Academic Medical Centre transplant experts.
NUS scientists, with A*STAR collaborators develop a game-changing technology for chronic wound care.
Drinking coffee and tea regularly could protect against certain skin cancers, suggests a Singapore General Hospital-led study.