Science and technology, an important mainstay for Singapore’s national development strategy all over the time, is the fountain of innovation and value creation, which helping the society beginning its move to the knowledge-based economy step by step.
The science and technology journal for Singapore began in the mid-1980s, when the government first specified the necessity of national technology policies. After the first national technology plans being launched in 1991, Singapore's science and technology sector has been continually growing. A vibrant environment is emerging, which includes research institutions in both the private and public sectors. The government will firmly continue promoting the development of scientific research and innovation, with the investment of $16.1 billion from years of 2011 to 2015. Over these years, this ongoing supports for universities and research institutions to enhance their scientific capacity will play an increasingly important role in transforming scientific knowledge into markets.
Under this background, Asia-Pacific Science Center has been born. We are a global market oriented organization serving for scientific research, specializing in scientific research-based services in environmental life sciences, materials and engineering research, computer and information technology. Through cooperation with universities and research institutions around the world, researches beneficial to human survival, health and future development have been carried out, which accelerate interdisciplinary and international exchanges among researchers and deepen international scientific cooperation.
The business of Asia-Pacific Science Center has expanded to the United States, India, Australia, South Korea, Spain, Britain, South Africa and other countries, forming a cooperation network of scientific research. Asia-Pacific Science Center has established a research team based on Beijing, China, with several branches in Hebei, Sichuan, Henan, Yunnan and Nanjing.