NUS Arts and Social Sciences students will soon be able to sign up for industry tracks – where their modules, seminars, internships and mentorship programmes all gear them up for a career in their chosen field.
NUS Design and Environment is developing an industry solution, based on a 5G artificial intelligence system, that will allow inspectors to check building facades without having to scale heights and risk their lives. NUS and StarHub have signed a Memorandum of Understanding to cooperate on such projects that will run over StarHub’s 5G network.
Experts are warning of the re-emergence of the Nipah virus, some 20 years after it swept through Malaysia and Singapore during a 1999 outbreak. The return of the pathogen — spread through pigs and bats — could result an even more deadly epidemic, according to a conference co-hosted by Duke-NUS Medical School.
Yale-NUS College’s residential colleges are enriching their students’ education with unique learning experiences that range from dinner parties to multi-disciplinary talks.
NUS Social Work Associate Professorial Fellow and lifelong champion of social work Mrs Ann Elizabeth Wee passed away on 11 December. She was 93.
NUS students and siblings Jerome and Rachel Teo made their SEA Games debut in dancesport by clinching medals in all three of their events — the waltz, the foxtrot, and the Viennese waltz.
A team of five students from the NUS Risk Management Institute — Liang Zhihui, Xiao Chao, Jiang Zerui, Zhou Bingyu, and Luo Jiarong — took the third prize at the finale of the UBS Quant Hackathon held in November.
An efficient method of plant protein extraction catapulted Associate Professor Huang Dejian from NUS Food Science and Technology onto a start-up journey. Together with entrepreneur Ms Florence Leong, he co-founded KosmodeHealth Singapore which aims to disrupt the food and biomedical industries through its low-cost plant protein extraction method.
NUS Law has launched the Centre for Technology, Robotics, Artificial Intelligence & the Law. The centre aims to promote inter-disciplinary research into the interactions between technology and the law.
NUS Computing student Victor Yeo and NUS Design and Environment alumna Ms Gulmina Khattak are joining the Schwarzman Scholars Program — a prestigious one-year graduate fellowship at Tsinghua University’s Schwarzman College.