Dr Kenry, a Research Fellow from NUS Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering, is one of this year’s Lush Prize Young Researcher Asia Award recipients. He received the Prize for the development of an in vitro model to replace the use of animal models in antithrombotic therapy testing.
The Lush Young Researcher Prize aims to recognise and reward those working to eliminate animal testing in science and cosmetics through their research. This is the first time the Lush Prize has been awarded to a researcher from NUS Engineering since it was launched in 2012.
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