Singapore creates AsianBiopolis

Mirasol, Feliza
October 2007
ICIS Chemical Business;10/1/2007, Vol. 272 Issue 12, p24
Trade Publication
The article offers information on Biopolis, a research institute in Singapore. It is stated that Biopolis is a biomedical research hub situated in southwestern Singapore and it will house research institutes, private research organizations and renowned biomedical universities. It is mentioned that life sciences, or biomedical sciences (BMS) has become the key factor in the overall economic strategy of Singapore and the institute will help in its growth.


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