In the interview with CNA938, iHealthtech research fellow Dr Yuri Belotti explained his work involving differentiating healthy and cancerous cells by harnessing AI and examining the cells’ acidity or pH level.
Noah R. Sundah, Auginia Natalia et al. Catalytic amplification by transition-state molecular switches for direct and sensitive detection of SARS-CoV-2. Science Advances (2021).
iHealthtech Director Prof Lim Chwee Teck and his research team have developed a technique to harness AI to identify cancer cells by their acidity.
Pan, S., Zhang, Y., Natalia, A. et al. Extracellular vesicle drug occupancy enables real-time monitoring of targeted cancer therapy. Nat. Nanotechnol. (2021).
iHealthtech PI Dr Andy Kah Ping Tay was recently featured as one of Asia’s Rising Scientists by the Asian Scientist Magazine for developing innovative materials to engineer the immune system.
Is magnetism a medicine? BIXEPS (by iHealthtech’s spin-off company QUANTUMTX) is a machine that aims to improve our health and wellness by making our muscles healthier by using magnetism.
Can InfinityGlove™, a smart glove that uses the microfibre sensor technology, bring the gaming experience to the next level by providing an immersive gaming control?
iHealthtech Director Prof Lim Chwee Teck is one of the six scientists featured on the media coverage of The Straits Times today for his Covid-19 related work in Singapore.