S’pore students create wearable devices to tackle Parkinson’s disease

SingaporeEnterprise Innovation — Students from the National University of Singapore (NUS) won the top prize in Invent 50, Intel’s first nationwide student technology competition, for creating an Intel Edison-powered wearable monitoring device designed to ease the suffering of Parkinson’s disease patients.  Team PD Loggers received S$10,000 to further their project, new devices with Intel RealSense cameras and internship opportunities at Intel for each of their team members.


IBM establishes partnership with NUS Enterprise, SITF, muru-D

SingaporeDeal Street Asia — IBM has established three new partnerships with in Singapore with theNUS Enterprise, Singapore Infocomm Technology Federation (SITF)’ s123JumpStart and muru-D. The aim of these partnerships is to promote innovation among startups and aspiring entrepreneurs in Singapore, enabling startups to access leading technologies and mentorships as they build infrastructure and digital solutions aligned with the city-state’s Smart Nation initiative.