Daniel Tan graduated from UNSW with a Bachelor of Science, which gave him the scientific knowledge to launch a biotechnology start up based in Singapore.
Denova Sciences specialises in creating 'in vitro skin', a technology that provides an alternative to animal cosmeceutical testing. The company is now investigating ways to diversify the use of this technology for treatment of skin burns and wounds.
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Featuring Professor George Whitesides (Harvard University), Andrew Holmes (President of the Australian Academy of Science and Professor at School of Chemistry, University of Melbourne), Justin Gooding (Deputy Head School of Chemistry and Professor at UNSW, co-chair of the Australian Nanomedicine Centre and ARC Laureate Fellow), Peter Götlitz (Editor-in-Chief of Angewandte Chemie), Peter Junk (President Elect of the Royal Australian Chemical Institute (RACI) and Professor at James Cook University Townsville) and Veena Sahajwalla (Director SMaRT@UNSW, Professor and Associate Dean Strategic Industry Relations and ARC Laureate Fellow)