Yeoh Keat Chuan Discusses Singapore s Growing Life Sciences Industry | GenomeWeb

This week at the BIO 2005 Conference in Philadelphia, Singapore's Agency for Science, Technology, and Research announced that it has begun Phase II of its plan to expand the Biopolis, a massive life-sciences park designed to encourage scientific collaboration. The facilities include services and equipment for DNA sequencing, proteomics, flow cytometry, and microarrays, among others.

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