The CT LIM Group
To explore, innovate and translate mechanobio-inspired micro & nanotechnologies for biomedical applications
Professor Lim Chwee Teck will be appointed as NUSS Professor from 1 July 2017 to 30 June 2020. This award is in recognition of Prof Lim’s international research reputation and academic leadership.
Best Oral Presenter Award
Congratulations to Joo Chuan for receiving the Best Oral Presenter Award at the NGS Symposium 2017.
SIMTech Best Student Poster Award
Congratulations to Joo Chuan for receiving the SIMTech Best Student Poster Award 2017.
Flexible innovative solutions, NUS
NUS Engineering is kicking off its latest research initiative, Hybrid-Integrated Flexible Electronic Systems, with innovative projects that integrate different types of electronics into complex systems that are flexible and high-performing, to enhance and expand the application of flexible technologies.View More
Next-generation flexibility, NUS
NUS Engineering has launched a new $50 million research initiative, named Hybrid-Integrated Flexible Electronic Systems (HIFES), that will combine conventional rigid electronics with the latest flexible, stretchable electronics to create hybrid systems that will draw from the best of both worlds.View More
PhD student clinches IPMC Prize 2017, NUS
PhD student Ms Lim Su Bin (NUS Graduate School for Integrative Sciences and Engineering) is one of the two winners recognised for their outstanding research and technology in the areas of precision medical and precision food; ICT grafting; cell therapy; gene diagnosis and next-gen eration sequencing, at the 2017 IPMC Prize Competition held in Seoul, Korea, on 19 January.View More
Most accessed articles in 2016, Analyst
Our article “Microfluidics for research and applications in oncology” was one of the top 25 most downloaded articles published in the journal in 2016.View More
Making sure the unwanted cell is expelled, Human Frontier Science Program
Epithelial cells have a natural tendency to close gaps and this feature plays a crucial role in many biological processes such as embryological development, wound healing and apoptotic events. In the latter, the removal of cells in excess through extrusion is important to prevent accumulation of cells and tumor formation.View More