- The first point has been removed for the School's continuous confidentiality of the activity previously mentioned here, Under the authority Nanyang Polytechnic, School of Chemical & Life Sciences (SCL), SCL Club President, EXCO of Yr 2007/08.
- The Molecular Biotechnology Diploma differs from other Biotechnology Diploma courses with its newer and revised approach that does not include the more classical modules such as Plant cell technology offered by other Biotechnology courses, while offering modules such as Proteomics and Drug Development which are either absent in most other Biotechnology courses, or are only available as elective modules.
- Lab animals involved in the Molecular Biotechnology course include mouse, Danio rerio and Caenorhabditis elegans.
- The male model featured in a newspaper advertisement promoting the Food Science course published in 2005 was a student of module group MB0403 from the Molecular Biotechnology course. The tagline for the advertisement was: "Food Science. Simply magical." It is noticed that a red cabbage, a fish and a piece of bread are also featured on the advertisement.
- The same student was seen featured in many other advertisements and banners including those regarding the Nanyang Polytechnic Open House 2007. Some examples includes a large banner located at the Atrium of NYP which features him along with another female student from SCL from MB0405, as well as the advertisement for the Open House located at Yio Chu Kang MRT Station which features him along with other students from Nanyang Polytechnic.
- School of Chemical & Life Sciences students are also commonly seen as student leaders of the various student clubs in NYP (in 2006: student leaders of Community Service Club, NYP PAL, Der Treff German Club, and many NYAA Gold Award Recipients).
- Dip. Chemical & Pharmaceutical Technology does not teach Pharmacy practices, however, it teaches the engineering, production and technological aspects of pharmaceutical industries and chemical industries. Pharmacy practices would be taught in Dip. Pharmaceutical Sciences.
- Graduates from Dip. Pharmaceutical Sciences are able to work as pharmacy technicians, retail executives, product executives or specialists, and clinical research associates / coordinators. Current graduates from the Pharmaceutical & Clinical Trials track from the Dip. Molecular Biotechnology have made very good impressions with the industry partners. The course gives a very strong foundation in pharmacology and pharmacotherapy, which equips students with patient counselling skills and product knowledge. Graduates can also hope to further their studies at NUS Pharmacy.
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