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1st Think X Symposium on Smart Healthcare for Smart Nation to be held on 9 Apr 2015, Singapore (2015/04/01)

  • Institute for Infocomm Research / A*STAR and the Systems Biology Institute are co-organizing the symposim, "The Think X" on April 9th, 2015 in Singapore. "Think X" strives to create an arresting and thought-provoking forum where leading scientific minds, inventors and decision makers across multiple disciplines exchange revolutionary “Extreme” ideas in computational sciences and technology, with a unifying vision of making the world a better place. The 1st Think X ("Extreme") Symposium will debut under the theme of Smart Healthcare for Smart Nation - converging key ideas and discussion around emerging drivers of the smart healthcare and medicine ecosystems, including digital health systems, large-scale computational modelling and personalized medicine.

New open access journal npj Systems Biology and Applications (2014/09/15)

SBI Australia signed MoU with Monash IVF, Australian Regenerative Medicine Institute (ARMI) (2013/05)

  • SBI to work with Monash IVF, a premier clinical and research institute in Australia, on systems biology of reproductive medicine to improve clinical success. SBI, through recently established SBI Australia, Monash IVF, and Australian Regenerative Medicine Institute (ARMI) signed MoU for a series of joint research spanning from basic to clinical research to bring systems biology into infertility issue. >> SBI Australia

SBI Australia signing SBI Australia to be established at Monash University (2012/10/17)

Collaborations with FDA (2012/June)

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  • Joint Research with EMBL Australia (2012/03/21)
  • Research on Parkinson's Disease with Luxembourg (2011/06/09)
  • BioComplexity Symposium @Singapore (2011/02/16)

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