Singapore's biomedical science sector development strategy: Is it sustainable?

@article{Lim2004SingaporesBS,
  title={Singapore's biomedical science sector development strategy: Is it sustainable?},
  author={Lisa P. L. Lim and Mike Gregory},
  journal={Journal of Commercial Biotechnology},
  year={2004},
  volume={10},
  pages={352-362}
}
This paper outlines the strategic efforts undertaken by Singapore to establish its national capability in the biomedical science sector, reviews the commercial base as a result of these efforts and compares Singapore's approach with the UK and US development models, discusses the challenges that Singapore faces and raises some questions on the long-term sustainability of the sector.Although Singapore is a small country in terms of geographical size, its economic size is significant, with gross… CONTINUE READING

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