25 November 2019 | Entrepreneurship

NUS Enterprise will establish BLOCK71 in Vietnam, the third most active start-up ecosystem in ASEAN, in partnership with industrial infrastructure developer Becamex.

22 November 2019 | General News

The global problem of climate change should be tackled not only by appealing to people’s goodwill but by using dollars and cents to incentivise climate-friendly behaviour, said Mr Thomas Friedman, a popular columnist at the New York Times, at the inaugural Festival of Ideas by the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy.

22 November 2019 | Education

Duke-NUS Medical School’s PhD programme in Clinical Sciences (PhD CS) expects its intake to triple within four years in its effort to create a pipeline of clinician scientists to lead future biomedical research efforts and improve patient outcomes in Singapore and around the world.

21 November 2019 | Education

NUS Arts and Social Sciences final-year student Brendan Loon has been named the 2020 Singapore Rhodes Scholar. With this scholarship, he will take on a Doctor of Philosophy in English at Oxford University, matriculating in October 2020.

21 November 2019 | General News

NUS Arts and Social Sciences celebrated its 90th anniversary with a gala dinner where Guest-of-Honour and alumna, Minister for Manpower Mrs Josephine Goh, explained the importance of research in shaping Singapore’s policies like the Central Provident Fund (CPF).

20 November 2019 | General News

Renowned cancer researcher Prof Ashok Venkitaraman is set to head the Cancer Science Institute of Singapore at NUS, taking over from Founding Director Prof Daniel G Tenen.

19 November 2019 | Community

Two lecture theatres in NUS Science became the venue for dog-centric fun on 18 November as six rescue dogs from Uncle Khoe K9 Shelter, and Mutts and Mittens came for a visit.

19 November 2019 | Entrepreneurship

Office workers will be able to get investment funding of up to $240,000 to try out their new tech business ideas without leaving the safety of their day jobs — thanks to a new tie-up between venture capital firm Antler and NUS.

18 November 2019 | Entrepreneurship

NUS is collaborating with the People’s Government of Guangzhou Municipality and the Sino-Singapore Guangzhou Knowledge City Administration Committee to establish the NUS Guangzhou Research Translation and Innovation Institute in Guangzhou, China. 

18 November 2019 | General News

Associate Professor Ho Hwee Long, former Music Director and Resident Conductor of the NUS Wind Symphony and a key advocate for the development of local school bands, had his 80th birthday celebrated on 9 November with a fundraising concert featuring musicians from across Singapore.