March 2019

  • Craft Health had a successful run at the National University of Singapore (NUS) Graduate Research Innovation Program (GRIP) inaugural batch.

May 2019

  • Craft Health is one of the ten start-ups pitching at the NAMIC Startup Innovation Forum. This inaugural forum was held in conjunction with NAMIC Summit 2019. Craft Health was awarded 1st runner up, as the most promising start-up.

June 2019

  • Craft Health will be presenting at Innovfest Unbound 2019, Asia's largest innovation festival.

September 2019

  • Craft Health is honored to pitched at the 2nd IEEAC International Youth Entrepreneurship Competition (Singapore), organized by Business China Singapore. Craft Health emerged as one of the two top winning teams to compete at the finals in Harbin, China.

October 2019

  • Craft Health is honored to present to Senior Minister and Coordinating Minister for National Security Teo Chee Hean at the NTU Innovation Centre, organised by NAMIC, where we showcase our technologies for 3D printing in personalized supplements and medicines.

  • Craft Health is featured in the latest issue of the NUS Alumni's AlumNUS magazine.

  • Craft Health will be presenting at the ITAP NAMIC Start-up Pavilion, showcasing our 3D printing technologies in personalized nutrition and medicines.

November 2019

  • Craft Health is featured in Lianhe Zaobao.

  • Craft Health's 3D printing technology platform for nutraceuticals and pharmaceuticals is featured by

December 2019

  • Craft Health is honored to pitch at the 2nd IEEAC International Youth Entrepreneurship Competition, in Harbin, China. Craft Health was awarded the silver award.

  • Craft Health is featured in The Straits Times, as one of the first batch of start-ups under the National University of Singapore (NUS) Graduate Research Research Program (GRIP).

May 2020


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