Government agency Spring Singapore has raised S$10m ($7.8m) to bring clean and medical technology intellectual property to market.

In order to do so, the government has announced three private sector translators (PSTs) to develop tech transfer opportunities. Nanyang Technological University will partner with commercialisation firm 360iP to work on identifying clean technology, while life sciences firm AITbiotech will partner with Sys-Mac, an engineering subsidiary of Australia-listed Zicom Group on medtech commercialisation. The third PST is yet to be announced.


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