From telemedicine booming through the COVID-19 era, the rise in wearable devices to the latest advances in artificial intelligence and big data analytics: digital applications have the potential to unlock immense opportunities for public and private organisations in the realm of healthcare. And startups are well placed to take advantage of such nascent technologies and opportunities.

SMU Industry Leaders Virtual Dialogue featuring Mr Chartsiri Sophonpanich
SMU PDLS: Mr Jack Dorsey | Special Dialogue on 20 Mar 2019

Two startups from Singapore Management University’s (SMU) Business Innovations Generator (BIG) incubation programme emerged as winners at the HSBC Swing for the Game Changers 2021 competition.

Magorium and Crunch Cutlery impressed judges with their sustainable solutions to reduce plastic waste in Singapore. They were recognised as the nation’s very own game changers, inspiring others to be forward-looking and ambitious in creating a better and more sustainable future for all.

SMU alumnus, Jaden Teo, arrived in Vietnam just as Covid-19 started grounding travellers the world over. Instead of returning home, he pushed ahead with the launch of his edtech start-up amidst global lockdowns to amazing results.

In an episode of Changemakers' Conversations, a panel of speakers share their journeys on creating value in sustainability.

In the ‘Science’ section of Impossible Foods’ website is a page with the giant headline: HEME + THE SCIENCE BEHIND IMPOSSIBLE™. The page explains thus:

“Heme is what makes meat taste like meat. It’s an essential molecule found in every living plant and animal -- most abundantly in animals -- and something we’ve been eating and craving since the dawn of humanity.”