Resorts World Sentosa, NUS announce S$10m research partnership

Resorts World Sentosa and the National University of Singapore have announced a S$10 million research partnership. The five-year research programme, called the RWS NUS Living Laboratory, will look into restoring marine life in Singapore. It will also play an active role in conserving the Coral Triangle, an area in the Western Pacific Ocean with the richest marine life in the region.

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Alzheimer’s Drug Discovery Foundation (ADDF) and Target ALS Announce Partnership to Accelerate Biomarker Discovery and Development

Collaboration, with Support from the ADDF’s Diagnostics Accelerator, Will Create Funding Opportunities to Advance Potential Biomarkers in Related Neurodegenerative Diseases

(PRWeb December 21, 2021)

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Partnership between youth advocates and Government essential to promote social harmony: Edwin Tong

Culture, Community and Youth Minister Edwin Tong has called for a partnership between youth advocates, community leaders and the Government to promote social harmony. He was speaking at a forum organised by advocacy group hash.peace.

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EU leaders remain confrontational towards Russia at ‘Eastern Partnership Summit’ | DW News

European Union leaders met Wednesday with their counterparts from Ukraine, Moldova, Georgia, Armenia and Azerbaijan, but most of the politicians’ attention was devoted to tension at the Russian-Ukrainian border. Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy sat down with German Chancellor Olaf Scholz and French President Emmanuel Macron as well as European Council President Charles Michel to discuss the build-up of Russian troops near the border to Ukraine and fears of a possible Russian invasion. They all emphasized dire economic sanctions would be imposed on Moscow should Russia launch incursions in Ukraine. Pro-Russian forces in eastern Ukraine already reportedly receive support from Moscow. Zelenskyy urged the EU not to wait for a Russian invasion of Ukraine before imposing new sanctions on Moscow.
Ukraine is currently the primary point of contention between Western leaders and Moscow, with Western leaders threatening sanctions over Russia’s build-up of troops along Ukraine’s border. Prior to his departure for the summit in Berlin, Scholz said, "Any violation of territorial integrity will have a high price, and we will speak with one voice here with our European partners and our transatlantic allies." He also added that he still sought "constructive dialogue" with Russia. The EU has publicly rejected the notion that Russia has a say in the decisions of sovereign nations or any claims to a sphere of influence. Brussels insists countries in the Eastern Partnership are free to make their own security and economic arrangements. However, in private AFP reports several senior European diplomats and officials profess a lack of a pathway for Ukraine or Georgia into the EU at present. Moscow hopes to maintain a large degree of influence over the independent nations that previously were part of the Soviet Union. Russia also hopes to avert any hope they may have of becoming EU and NATO members. The Russian Foreign Ministry called on Ukraine and Western governments to implement peace deals negotiated in 2014 and 2015 that include prisoner exchanges, aid and the withdrawal of weapons.

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