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Feel tremors under your feet or watch an ocean bed split...

You are standing in an apartment when you hear on the news that an earthquake has struck. Soon you feel your body sway and the ground starts to shake, the intensity increasing until the shelves on the walls and items on the table fall off.

Hwa Chong Institution team wins inaugural all-remote OneArena Robotics Challenge

True to their name, Team Gamestorm Pro from Hwa Chong Institution has emerged as the champions of the inaugural OneArena Robotics Challenge, walking away with a $1,200 cash prize.

Nanyang Technological University to establish a new joint school of Science...

NTU Singapore recently announced the establishment of a new academic unit – the School of Chemistry, Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology (CCEB) – with effect from August 2022.

National University of Singapore scientists conferred national honours for research excellence

Top researchers in NUS have been recognised for their outstanding contributions to the advancement of science and technology in Singapore.

Nanyang Technological University celebrates 30 years of momentous achievements

To commemorate its achievements and rapid rise in stature in the past three decades to become the world’s top young university...

New quantum engineering centre to unleash chip-based technologies

NTU has launched the Quantum Science and Engineering Centre (QSec), which aims to develop devices and technologies powered by quantum science - the study of how particles behave at the atomic level.

NTU-SGH study finds reason why chemotherapy fails for some blood cancer...

Mutations in a crucial gene are the key reason that chemotherapy fails in some patients with blood cancer, a study by NTU Singapore and Singapore General Hospital (SGH) has found.

New study sheds light on the role of social entrepreneurship in...

Obesity has sometimes been called the silent epidemic, exposing millions of adults and children around the world to increased risks of non-communicable diseases such as hypertension, diabetes, and coronary heart disease.

NUS Centre on AI Technology for Humankind launches manifesto on building...

The Centre on AI Technology for Humankind (AiTH) at the NUS Business School has rolled out recommendations on how society and organisations should approach artificial intelligence (AI) in ways that truly promote human interests and well-being.

Locally developed 60-second breath test receives provisional authorisation from HSA

An easy-to-use breath test that can accurately detect COVID-19 within a minute has received provisional authorisation from Singapore’s Health Sciences Authority (HSA).
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