TFS, NUS to fund three new projects

A strategic alliance between Thermo Fisher Scientific (TFS) and National University of Singapore (NUS) reveals three projects receiving multi-year funds.


TFS and the NUS announced three research projects, which are supported under their strategic alliance.

Each project could receive a grant of up to $300,000 (Singapore Dollars) per year.

The five-year strategic alliance formed by the two parties in April 2014 has committed to sponsor both multi-year and short-term research grants to accelerate life sciences, as well as to support activities that encourage knowledge exchange among NUS researchers and TFS's scientists.

This alliance is facilitated by the NUS Industry Liaison Office, which is part of NUS Enterprise.

".....NUS will continue to forge strong collaborations with industry, to translate our research into impactful innovations for the benefit of society," said Ms Irene Cheong, director, NUS Industry Liaison Office.


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