Probing Cancer: Immunotherapy and Molecular Imaging

Dr Robins researches novel immune checkpoint inhibitor (ICI) therapies.

The Singapore-based Cancer ImmunoTherapy Imaging (CITI) programme is a Singapore-wide collaborative research group, comprising 12 research institutes. CITI’s efforts are focused on the discovery and application of peptide-based imaging probes, which target immunotherapy treatment response biomarkers. Dr Edward G Robins, Head of Radiochemistry at the Singapore Bioimaging Consortium and Deputy Director of the NUS Clinical Imaging Research Centre, alongside his […]

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Extracellular vesicles: Insights into mechanisms underlying Alzheimer’s disease

The prion protein and the GABARAP protein are both observed in EVs.

Dr Aida Serra of the IMDEA Research Institute Food & Health Sciences in Madrid, Spain, together with Dr Siu Kwan Sze of Nanyang Techological University, Singapore, and Dr Xavier Gallart-Palau at the Institut Investigació Sanitària Pere Virgili, Tarragona, Spain, is driving forward research concerning the mechanisms underlying Alzheimer’s disease (AD) and its progression. To do so, they are focusing their […]

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A trick of the light: Discovering Dark-Bright and Anti-Dark-Bright Solitons

A fiber laser is an excellent experimental testbed for studying optical solitons.

Light has many incredible properties. They range from its strange duality of behaviour, acting either as a wave or a particle, to demonstrating incredible nonlinear effects that can be exploited with laser and optical technologies. One such property is the ability of light waves to form solitons when they pass through materials like optical fibres. Solitons, or solitary waves, occur […]

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