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Steve Leonard, IDA’s Executive Deputy Chairman giving the opening address at EmTech Singapore 2014 on January 20, 2014

Nov 21, 2014 11:56 SGT EmTech Singapore Steve Leonard, IDA’s Executive Deputy Chairman giving the opening address at EmTech Singapore 2014 on January 20, 2014

Ryan Chin, Research Scientist at MIT Media Lab presents at the inaugural EmTech Singapore conference on 20 Jan 2014

Nov 21, 2014 11:25 SGT EmTech Singapore Ryan Chin, Research Scientist at MIT Media Lab presents at the inaugural EmTech Singapore conference on 20 Jan 2014

Li GuangDa, EmTech Singapore 2015, Innovators Under 35 Finalist

Nov 20, 2014 20:32 SGT EmTech Singapore Li Guangda, Co-Founder & CTO, Visenze is an EmTech Singapore 2015 Innovators Under 35 Finalist. Visenze provides a sophisticated visual search and recognition platform serving hundreds of millions of queries each day. Guangda has researched how to unlock intelligence captured in rich visual content by using sophisticated visual recognition technology and applies it to mobile ecommerce.

Zhou Lihan, EmTech Singapore 2015, Innovators Under 35 Finalist

Nov 19, 2014 17:51 SGT EmTech Singapore Zhou Lihan, Co-Founder and Chief Technology Officer, MiRXES Pte. Ltd is an EmTech Singapore 2015 Innovators Under 35 Finalist. Lihan and three colleagues founded MIRXES with the vision of creating accurate, affordable and non-invasive cancer detection tests and developed an assay platform that is 100 times more sensitive than existing technologies.

Yeung Ying Yeung, EmTech Singapore 2015, Innovators Under 35 Finalist

Nov 19, 2014 17:48 SGT EmTech Singapore Yeung Ying Yeung, Associate Professor, Department of Chemistry, NUS is an EmTech Singapore 2015 Innovators Under 35 Finalist; Ying Yeung has developed a novel asymmetric halogenation reaction for the preparation of drugs molecules, which will help in making only one hand of a mirror-image pair of molecules that can be life-saving.

Shawn Tan, EmTech Singapore 2015, Innovators Under 35 Finalist

Nov 19, 2014 17:43 SGT EmTech Singapore Shawn Tan, Research Scientist, Deputy Head, Patterning & Fabrication, IMRE, A*STAR; Shawn's research has advanced super-resolution plasmonic colour printing and he recently demonstrated the world’s smallest reproduction of a painting in full-colour, which represents a leap in resolution beyond the state-of-the-art.

Peh Ruey Feng, EmTech Singapore 2015, Innovators Under 35 Finalist

Nov 19, 2014 17:38 SGT EmTech Singapore Peh Ruey Feng, Program Director of Singapore-Stanford Biodesign (SSB), Agency for Science, Technology and Research (A*STAR) is an EmTech Singapore 2015 Innovators Under 35 Finalist. Ruey Feng is the Principal Investigator of Advent Access which aims to reduce the cost of hemodialysis at end-stage kidney failure, to preserve vascular health and to save patients from needing multiple surgeries.

Panu Sukitpaneenit, EmTech Singapore 2015, Innovators Under 35 Finalist

Nov 19, 2014 17:35 SGT EmTech Singapore Panu Sukitpaneenit, Membrane Scientist, Koch Membrane Systems, Inc. is an EmTech Singapore 2015 Innovators Under 35 Finalist. Panu designs novel and high separation membrane materials and technologies to harvest clean energy and water in specific areas of renewable biofuel energy (from waste or non-food biomass), clean water production and membrane-based osmotic power generation.

Dario Poletti, EmTech Singapore 2015, Innovators Under 35 Finalist

Nov 19, 2014 17:24 SGT EmTech Singapore Dario Poletti, Engineering Product Development Pillar, Singapore University of Technology and Design & SUTD-MIT International Design Centre is a finalist on EmTech Singapore 2015 Innovators Under 35 list. Dario addresses energy related issues at the nano scale, searching for fundamental and general design principles for the next generation of energy efficient nano devices.

Benjamin Tee, EmTech Singapore 2015 Innovators Under 35 Finalist

Nov 19, 2014 17:22 SGT EmTech Singapore Benjamin Chee Keong Tee, PhD, Electrical Engineering, Stanford University is an EmTech Singapore 2015 Innovators Under 35 Finalist. Benjamin developed flexible and stretchable electronic skin-like sensors that capture some of the high mechanical sensitivity and self-healing capabilities of human skin; his work is highly cited by the media.