Straits times reported on an accelerator programme aimed at developing innovative solutions for the ageing population, Modern Aging 2017, which saw SUTD Valedictorian 2017 and EPD alumni 2017, Ms. Kimberlyn Nicole Tjipto and her team startup Mobearlize clinching the top prize of $50,000 and SUTD researchers’ FingerReader device receiving $25,000 seed funding. The article also featured quotes from SUTD researcher Roger Boldu.

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