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2022
25
May
2022
| 09:00 Asia/Singapore
  In this series, NUS News profiles the University’s Presidential Young Professors who are at the forefront of their research fields, turning creative ideas into important innovations that make the world better. We all like to believe that we make go...
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24
May
2022
| 14:49 Asia/Singapore
If you cannot get by without your daily cup of tea, and relish the health benefits of probiotics, then look no further than Curated Culture. It produces a range of exciting drinks containing probiotics through science and curation — the process of se...
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24
May
2022
| 10:10 Asia/Singapore
The NUS Faculty of Law has inked an agreement with the Singapore Academy of Law (SAL) as part of efforts to nurture future professionals regardless of their financial means. More than $1.4 million has been set aside by SAL over the next five years (2...
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23
May
2022
| 15:39 Asia/Singapore
Empowering youths in Singapore, the future role of community hospitals, and women’s sexual health: these were some of the subjects explored by students of the NUS Chua Thian Poh Community Leadership Centre (CTPCLC) in their practicum projects.Showcas...
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21
May
2022
| 09:16 Asia/Singapore
New research findings by NUS Business School have shown that employees who work with animals gain an unintended benefit—developing greater compassion, which in turn could lead them to work better with their colleagues.Led by Associate Professor Sam Y...
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19
May
2022
| 15:27 Asia/Singapore
Singapore’s first honours college, NUS College (NUSC), recently held its inaugural Experience NUSC Day for students who have been offered a place for the coming academic year. The sessions, spread across 7, 13 and 21 May, were designed to simulate th...
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18
May
2022
| 16:40 Asia/Singapore
What are some of the key trends, globally and regionally, that ASEAN universities need to be aware of? How can they equip their graduates with the essential skillsets to tackle challenges and capitalise on opportunities in the Fourth Industrial Revol...
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17
May
2022
| 09:15 Asia/Singapore
Imagine swallowing a capsule or munching a cracker made from pineapple leaf fibres to lose weight at a fraction of the cost of fat burners currently available in the market. A multidisciplinary team of researchers from the National University of Sing...
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13
May
2022
| 10:23 Asia/Singapore
“Sustainability education and training are a journey. Our study shows that top listed companies across Asia Pacific have fared well in disclosing their sustainability targets and responsibilities. Their next stop would be to intensify sustainability ...
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12
May
2022
| 10:29 Asia/Singapore
Our climate is rapidly warming with rising temperatures impacting the physical environments that support entire ecosystems. Humans and fauna species alike face daunting challenges for survival because of climate change. The prospect isn’t lost on NUS...
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11
May
2022
| 11:34 Asia/Singapore
Lianhe Zaobao, 11 May 2022, zbNOW, p2...
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11
May
2022
| 09:16 Asia/Singapore
  In this series, NUS News profiles the University’s Presidential Young Professors who are at the forefront of their research fields, turning creative ideas into important innovations that make the world better. As a primary school girl, her favourit...
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10
May
2022
| 09:55 Asia/Singapore
If Norwegian composer Dr Peter Tornquist were to describe the tempo of his life since arriving in Singapore in February, it would probably be molto allegro (a musical term meaning “fast and lively”) and even fortissimo (“loud”).As the new Dean of the...
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06
May
2022
| 15:04 Asia/Singapore
NUS Law students have done the faculty proud again with their excellent showing in various mooting and negotiation competitions, with multiple wins and awards.Here are six recent notches in the belt....
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06
May
2022
| 09:01 Asia/Singapore
Professor James D. Sidaway, political geographer from the NUS Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences (FASS), has been conferred the prestigious Royal Geographical Society (with the Institute of British Geographers [IBG]) 2022 Busk Medal. Calling him “an...
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05
May
2022
| 12:35 Asia/Singapore
The Straits Times, 5 May 2022, Singapore, pB3...
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05
May
2022
| 09:38 Asia/Singapore
Famed French music composer Michel Legrand once said, “The more I live, the more I learn. The more I learn, the more I realise, the less I know.” These words ring true in today’s ever-changing world, where skills learnt in the past need to be upgrade...
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04
May
2022
| 17:39 Asia/Singapore
The Straits Times, 4 May 2022, Singapore, pB2Money 89.3FM, 4 May 2022Tamil Murasu, 5 May 2022, p2...
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04
May
2022
| 17:14 Asia/Singapore
The Straits Times, 4 May 2022, Singapore, pB2...
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04
May
2022
| 08:33 Asia/Singapore
Celebrating talent and innovation at NUSNUS, in partnership with CNA, has developed an inspirational documentary series, Innovating for the future. The series looks at how diverse talents in the university community – each leaders and luminaries in t...
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03
May
2022
| 07:36 Asia/Singapore
Breast cancer is the leading cause of cancer-associated death for women worldwide. While chemotherapy is the mainstream treatment for breast cancer, more than 50% of women undergoing chemotherapy will experience at least one chemotherapy-related adve...
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30
April
2022
| 10:06 Asia/Singapore
The Straits Times Online, 30 April 2022Lianhe Zaobao, 17 May 2022, p7Hao 96.3FM, 17 May 2022...
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29
April
2022
| 21:58 Asia/Singapore
It was all smiles as five eminent alumni from the NUS Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences (FASS) took to the stage on 29 April to receive the FASS Distinguished Arts and Social Sciences Alumni Award 2021. The outstanding alumni who took home the hono...
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29
April
2022
| 10:27 Asia/Singapore
By Dr Trisha Craig, Vice President (Engagement) and Senior Lecturer of Social Sciences (Global Affairs) at the Yale-NUS CollegeCNA Online, 29 April 2022...
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29
April
2022
| 10:00 Asia/Singapore
Stroke survivor Mr Ng, who is 72 years old, suffers from hemiplegia – a form of paralysis on one side of his body that affects the dexterity of his left hand, making it hard for him to perform daily activities such as opening food jars. To work aroun...
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27
April
2022
| 11:48 Asia/Singapore
  In this series, NUS News profiles the University’s Presidential Young Professors who are at the forefront of their research fields, turning creative ideas into important innovations that make the world better. What is easier to teach? A computer or...
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25
April
2022
| 09:45 Asia/Singapore
There will be two additions to the ranks of NUS senior management in the coming months, taking the University to greater heights.Ms Jennifer Ong will take on the mantle of Chief Audit Officer-designate from 1 May and officially start in her new capac...
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24
April
2022
| 14:35 Asia/Singapore
NUS scientists have discovered a novel property of a protein found in human lungs which could lead to the development of biologic drugs to treat chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), a debilitating, progressive lung disease that is one of the...
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22
April
2022
| 14:46 Asia/Singapore
For Dr Nala Lee, the topic of language endangerment is one that is close to the heart. The NUS alumna and Assistant Professor of Linguistics is Peranakan Chinese by birth and her heritage language is Baba Malay, which has been critically endangered s...
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21
April
2022
| 12:26 Asia/Singapore
Money 89.3FM (20 Apr)The Straits Times, 21 April 2022, The Big Story, pA3...
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