Biomedical sciences include healthcare services, pharmaceuticals, medical devices, and biotechnology. Home to a growing number of leading biomedical companies and world-class research institutions such as the Division of Biomedical Sciences, Johns Hopkins and Agency for Science, Technology and Research (A*STAR), Singapore is fast becoming one of the most exciting hubs for Biomedical Sciences in Asia. Singapore's goal is to develop the Biomedical Sciences to achieve the same level of success as the other three pillars of the industry - electronics, chemicals and engineering.
The Biomedical Sciences sector contributes about 18% of the country's manufacturing output. Singapore currently hosts six of the top ten pharmaceutical conglomerates, key industry players and a growing base of medical technology companies within Tuas Biomedical Park, a 183-hectare BMS-dedicated site slated for expansion to double its current capacity due to increasing industry demand. Singapore's Economic Development Board, A*STAR and Bio*One Capital are working in close partnership to further develop Singapore's biomedical sciences cluster.
- Manufacturing including Bioprocessing,
- Chemical Engineering,Pharmaceutical Formulation
- R&D including Bioinformatics,
- Clinical Research, Computational,
- Biomedical Engineering, Biostatictis,
- Biology, Medicinal Chemistry,
- Molecular & Cell Biology
- Applied Biosystems
- Eli Lilly
- ES Cell International
- Glaxo SmithKline
- Johns Hopkins
- Merlion & more…
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