With pastel-coloured walls, neon decorations and plush sofas, a co-working space in Biopolis can be mistaken for a cafe or a blogshop’s retail outlet. But NSG BioLabs, fitted with a sterile lab and high-tech equipment, is a 15,000 sq ft co-working space for biotech start-ups. To be launched next month, it looks set to play host to some of the nation’s brightest minds. The facility will be an incubator for small biotech start-ups, ranging from those with just one to two researchers to those with 20 to 30 people. It has 120 desks, 96 lab benches, eight office suites and six meeting rooms. Its founder, 36-year-old Daphne Teo, decided to set up the premises after the biotech company she co-founded struggled to find a space to operate in. Learn More