24 April 2018 | General News

Ten MBA students from NUS will embark on a 70-kilometre trek through the Tengger Desert in China to raise money for WholeTree Foundation on 29 April 2018.

Lianhe Zaobao

24 April 2018 | Research, General News

It was reported that the Real Estate Developers' Association of Singapore and NUS released the findings of a survey on 23 April 2018 which revealed that the Real Estate Sentiment Index for Q1 2018 was at 7.1, higher than the 6.9 in Q4 2017. This was also the highest since the survey started in Q1 2010.

Lianhe Zaobao

24 April 2018 | General News

Prof Zheng Yongnian from the East Asian Institute at NUS opined that the trade war between China and the US is likely to move towards a negative direction and this would eventually lead to a cold war between the two countries.

Lianhe Zaobao

23 April 2018 | Research

Duke-NUS Medical School (Duke-NUS) and the Singapore General Hospital will conduct a two-year study, led by Asst Professor Julian Lim of Duke-NUS, to examine how exercises in mindfulness can affect sleep quality and help treat insomnia.

Lianhe Zaobao

23 April 2018 | Education

Over the next three years, Hong San See Temple will fund students from the Dept of Architecture at NUS School of Design and Environment to travel to Fujian Province in China, to study the local architecture of the southern Chinese province.

Lianhe Zaobao

22 April 2018 | Education, General News

Prof Terry Nardin, Div of Social Sciences and Director of the Common Curriculum at Yale-NUS College discussed the value of a liberal arts education.

Channel NewsAsia Online

22 April 2018 | General News

Mr Ted Teo, Dept of Finance at NUS Business School explained what a cash conversion cycle means and its importance.

The Sunday Times

21 April 2018 | Community

Asst Prof Jia Lile  and Mr Mike Hou, prospective PhD student, both from the Dept of Psychology at NUS Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences highlighted the need to break away from the current stereotypes of foreign domestic workers (FDWs) that sustain the inequality, in order to truly advance the conversation on FDWS.

Channel NewsAsia Online

20 April 2018 | Research

Two studies on pharmacist-managed care led by Assoc Prof Joyce Lee from the Dept of Pharmacy at NUS Faculty of Science found that people with type 2 diabetes who regularly saw Ambulatory Care pharmacists can expect 15 per cent cost saving and three-fold reduction in hospital admissions with pharmacist-managed care.

Channel NewsAsia, Channel 5 News, Lianhe Zaobao, and more

20 April 2018 | General News

Assoc Prof Kenneth Khoo, Sheridan Fellow at NUS Faculty of Law noted that the regulatory framework of competition policy encompasses all markets, but the Competition and Consumer Commission of Singapore cannot be expected to step in every time a market does not “work as well as it should”.

The Straits Times