Official visit by NBIC-UK to SCELSE
White paper for building globally leading partnership between NBIC and SCELSE
Proposal for the establishment of Singapore National Biofilm Consortium (SNBC)
Launch of SNBC, MoU signed between SNBC and NBIC.
Leverage IHL’s resources to develop new products or devise solutions to existing biofilm-related challenges
Opportunities to strengthen research and applications through synergistic collaborations in Singapore and beyond
Opportunity to expand research, outreach and business collaborations
The Steering Committee is chaired by NTU Vice-President (Research) and is comprise of a representative each from the National Research Foundation, Nanyang Technological University, NTUitive, National University of Singapore, A*STAR and SCELSE.
The technical direction is governed by a Technology Management Committee that is chaired by SCELSE Director (Lead PI). This committee is comprise of research fellows representing key areas of interest such as high throughput sequencing, bioprocess engineering, surface technologies, plant & soil microbiome, microscopy imaging & built environment. The committee formulate technology and innovation roadmap and provide technical expertise (where applicable).
Operations, communication, business development & liaison hub
August 12, 2021
Date: 12th Aug 2021; Time: 3 - 4pm (GMT+8) The complexity of the gut and its importance to our overall health is a...Learn More
The National Biofilms Innovation Centre (NBIC) are thrilled to announce that the first ever awareness week dedicated to celebrating all things biofilm will...Learn More
Register for the webinar HERE The air microbiome, especially in light of Covid-19 transmission, can be managed and influenced for environmental and human...Learn More
Printed food! Why not? 3-min read The founder of 3D food printing startup, Anirudh Agarwal (L), SCELSE research associate, shares his engineering feat with...Learn More