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Singapore’s A*Star Finds Building A Medtech Industry Requires Connections

This article was originally published in PharmAsia News

Executive Summary

Singapore’s Agency For Science Technology and Research, or A*STAR, has state-of-the art research labs, students at prestigious university programs on both of America’s coasts and help from its long-standing electronics industry and its extensive public hospital system for clinician ideas – all to build a medical device industry. A key official discusses the progress so far.

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