NUS Engineering researchers have developed a single integrated plant system custom-made for tropical climates that can simultaneously produce electricity, water, air-conditioning and heat in an environmentally-friendly way.
Seven in 10 of Singapore’s hottest biotech start-ups are affiliated to NUS. While three of the start-ups are NUS Engineering and Medicine spinoffs, the other four are founded by researchers from our University.
Our talented musicians have helped raise over $165,000 for the Centre for Fathering Singapore through a concert held at the Yong Siew Toh Conservatory of Music.
NUS alumni Mr Ong Say Lin and Dr Theresa Su have been volunteering with NUS Toddycats! since they were undergraduates, and they have no plans to stop any time soon.
Professor Diana Laurillard from University College London delivered a public lecture as part of the NUS Teaching Academy Masterclass Speaker Series where she provided examples of pioneering digital tools, resources and services which enable higher education to have a broader and more inclusive reach to build a better world.
Zifong from the NUS Overseas Colleges Stockholm programme shared more on her first hackathon experience networking with Coders, Designers and Makers while studying and interning in the start-up capital of Europe.