Trương Đông Hưng, SV4 ngành Biomedical Engineering NUS trong nhóm nghiên cứu đạt giải hai tại Cuộc thi iGEM

Thứ tư, 22/12/2021, 16:42 GMT+7

Singapore farms wrestle with the same challenge faced by farmers around the world: pest control. In the light of this challenge, a safe, organic and cost-efficient pesticide is vital to enable Singapore farms to bolster food security and contribute to hitting Singapore’s “30 by 30” goal – to produce 30 per cent of its nutritional needs locally by 2030.

The solution came from a 10-member interdisciplinary team from NUS, after six months of intensive research and innovation.

The multidisciplinary team includes students from Biomedical Engineering, Pharmaceutical Science, Data Science and Analytics, Life Sciences, Applied Mathematics, and Computational Biology. Top row, left to right: Bharathkumar Sriram, Andrew Aurelius, Truong Dong Hung, Vedant Sandhu Second row, left to right: Chen Yilin, Leong Kay Mei, Tania Nair, Weng Yidou Third row, left to right: Linus Tan Yu Han, Chew Chin Wei

Team member Major and Year of Study
Chew Chin Wei Y4 Life Sciences
Weng Yidou Y2 Computational Biology
Chen Yilin Y3 Data Science and Analytics
Andrew Aurelius Graduated Biomedical Engineering
Truong Dong Hung Y4 Biomedical Engineering
Bharathkumar Sriram Y2 Biomedical Engineering
Tania Nair Y4 Biomedical Engineering
Linus Tan Yu Han Y4 Life Sciences
Vedant Sandhu Y4 Pharmaceutical Sciences
Leong Kay Mei Y4 Applied Maths

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