Nanyang Technological University

Grantee Website Singapore, Singapore
to combat micronutrient malnutrition by developing a method to encapsulate and thereby stabilize micronutrients for ingestion using a nutritionally-rich pulp, okara, which is a wasted by-product of tofu and soya milk
Global Health
Year Awarded
Region Served
Committed Amount
Grant Topic
Discovery and Translational Sciences
Duration (Months)
Grantee Location
Singapore, Singapore

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