Young Scientists’ Symposium

The Young Scientists’ Symposium, jointly organised by the Singapore Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (SSBMB) and Science Centre Singapore, provided a platform for students from polytechnics to showcase their internship works or final year projects. Among the participants were 8 students from the Diploma in Applied Chemistry programme who engaged in oral or poster presentations.

Published on 30 Apr 2024

Two outstanding students, Lutfil Hadi and E-Rong, were recognized withpresented the Certificate of Merit for their exceptional Poster Presentations.


Lutfil presented his internship work conducted at ACM Biolabs, focusing on RNA drug development. His research involved a comprehensive evaluation of polymer-based drug delivery systems compared to traditional lipid-based counterparts.


In addition, Loh Mei Zhen shared insights into her Final Year Project, which focused on developing a vaccine to prevent viral infections in Seabass.


Meanwhile, E-Rong's project aimed to establish an in-house assay for detecting lysozyme activity in biological samples.

Overall, the symposium provided a valuable opportunity for students to showcase their research efforts and contribute to the advancement of science and technology. It fostered collaboration and inspired innovation among budding scientists, laying the foundation for future breakthroughs in the field.