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Evonik invests in Singapore organ-on-a-chip start-up

Commercialising organ-on-a-chip technology will make testing quicker, more reliable, cost-efficient and more ethical.
Making insurance more accessible - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

Technopreneurs

Making insurance more accessible

Insurance has to be easy, fast and seamless, with a choice of products that suit the customer’s unique needs in a timely manner.
Jenfi makes growth capital more accessible to Singaporean SMEs - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

Technopreneurs

Jenfi makes growth capital more accessible to Singaporean SMEs

Here's how Jenfi is democratising access to capital, empowering SMEs in Singapore to further grow their business.
SpaceChain banks on an extra-terrestrial future for blockchain - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

Technopreneurs

SpaceChain banks on an extra-terrestrial future for blockchain

Blockchain is shooting for the stars by heading to outer space. Find out why.
The future of kidney dialysis may just be a 'handbag' - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

Startups, Entrepreneurs, Digital economy

The future of kidney dialysis may just be a 'handbag'

Awak Technologies CEO Suresha Venkataraya believes his company is on the cusp of revolutionising the field of kidney dialysis.

Startups, Entrepreneurs, Digital economy

Raising the next unicorn, uniquely

Venture capital firms, incubators and accelerators are seeking new ways to attract start-ups
ThoughtFull brings therapists to your smartphone - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

Disruption and Digitalisation

ThoughtFull brings therapists to your smartphone

With prices starting from $169 a month for individuals, the subscription-based app was made available to the public in May.

Disruption and Digitalisation

ComfortDelGro makes strategic investments in tech start-ups through venture capital fund

SINGAPORE (June 4): ComfortDelGro (CDG) announced that its six-month-old US$100 million corporate venture capital fund ComfortDelGro Ventures has made three strategic investments in transport-related technology start-ups in the areas of on-demand bus tech

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Don’t know what to eat? Let TabSquare personalise your menu

SINGAPORE (Mar 4): It was a busy lunchtime crowd at the OLDTOWN White Coffee restaurant at Suntec City Mall. Waitstaff were bustling between tables serving steaming bowls of food and cups of the restaurant’s famous white coffee. The whole operation move

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Ex-banker shoots for space with better, cheaper rockets

SINGAPORE (Feb 25): Adam Gilmour had been a banker for more than 20 years when he left his job in 2012 to realise his boyhood dream of developing space technology, especially rockets. “As a kid, I would play with LEGO Space all the time,” Gilmour tell
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