Ten projects by seven Masters’ of Architecture graduates envisioned a fully floating settlement, complete with housing, schools and farms. The projects earned them the Lim Chong Keat prize for the most rigorous experimental thesis in architecture.
An NUS research study led by Associate Professor Leher Singh from NUS Psychology has shown that bilingual infants have an easier time than their monolingual peers in learning words in a third language.
NUS researchers have found that artificial reefs deployed in Singapore waters have over time become home to thriving marine life, contributing to the development of underwater communities and ecosystem functioning in areas where the original coral habitat had been degraded.
Khoo Yi Feng, who graduated with a Bachelor of Arts with Honours (Distinction) from NUS Arts and Social Sciences on 10 July, is a man with a mission — to achieve mental wellness for all Southeast Asians.