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[email protected] Corporate Laboratory is a research partnership between the National University of Singapore and Wilmar International Limited and is hosted at the Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine, NUS.
Founded in 1991 and headquartered in Singapore, Wilmar International Limited is a global leader in the manufacturing and processing of food ingredients, particularly oleochemicals. As Asia’s preeminent agribusiness group, its extensive business activities include oil palm cultivation, edible oils refining, specialty fats and oleochemicals production, sugar milling and refining, flour and rice milling as well as biodiesel and fertilizer production. Besides having an integrated agribusiness model that oversees the cultivation, processing, merchandising and manufacturing of a wide range of agricultural commodities, Wilmar also conducts R&D in numerous countries including Singapore, China and Indonesia.
As one of Asia’s leading university, NUS is recognized for its breadth of academic programmes and impactful research. Taking an integrated and multidisciplinary approach to research, NUS works with partners from industry, government and academia to address crucial real-world issues. A key hub for health and biomedical sciences research with a focus on Asian populations, NUS has strong capabilities in food and nutritional sciences as well as translational medicine.
[email protected] Corporate Laboratory aims to leverage the expertise of Wilmar and NUS to:
Identify food ingredients and food components capable of modulating glycemic control, lowering triglycerides and cholesterol as well as aid in healthy ageing.
Develop efficient and cost-effective, bio-based methods for the production of industrial enzymes and biochemicals.
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[email protected]NUS will develop Food as the New Medicine that will enhance the health and well-being of consumers, especially Asians. Such food include blended cooking oils that can reduce hyperlipidaemia and possibly, hypertension and insomnia in the elderly; a functional food drink that can prevent sarcopenia; as well as food products, such as ready-to-eat meals and drinks, for weight management and control of blood glucose and lipids.