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Wednesday, 23 November 2016
Mr Choo Chong Ngen, the founder and executive chairman of budget hotel chain Hotel 81, has donated S$2 million to the National University of Singapore (NUS) to set up a bursary for financially needy students.
Called the Hotel 81-Choo Chong Ngen Bursary, it will be awarded from Academic Year 2017/2018 onwards, and will benefit up to 32 qualifying students a year enrolled in any course of study.
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Researchers in Singapore have artificially generated new mouse blood and immune cells from skin cells, the A*STAR’s Genome Institute of Singapore announced in a press release on Monday (Nov 21).
It could lead to a robust source of new blood or immune cells becoming available to treat patients with immune disorders and other such diseases, or those who require blood transfusions