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A cell biological perspective on Singapore’s scientific growth

The Institute of Molecular and Cell Biology (IMCB) in Singapore has helped the local scientific community to grow. Nature Cell Biology spoke to Wanjin Hong (executive director at A*STAR’s IMCB) and Guillaume Thibault (associate professor affiliated with Nanyang Technological University Singapore, National University of Singapore and A*STAR’s IMCB), who have dedicated parts of their careers to the growth of cell biology research in Singapore, about the history and directions of cell biological research programs in Singapore.

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Casadio, M. A cell biological perspective on Singapore’s scientific growth. Nat Cell Biol 25, 197–199 (2023).

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