Biodiversity champion honoured

Professor Leo Tan from NUS Science is one of 10 people who were lauded ASEAN Biodiversity Heroes at an award ceremony held in Manila in conjunction with the 50th Anniversary of ASEAN.

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New book examines social themes, politics

The Singapore Research Nexus at NUS Arts and Social Sciences launched a new book by NUS Sociology Provost’s Chair Professor Chua Beng Huat titled Liberalism Disavowed: Communitarianism and State Capitalism in Singapore on 14 August at the National Library.

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Leading role in family justice

Associate Professor Debbie Ong, a leading scholar on family law from NUS Law, has been appointed Presiding Judge of Singapore’s Family Justice Courts from 30 September 2017.

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Coveted win for Computing

An NUS Computing team has won the Robotics Science and Systems Best Systems Paper Award at an international robotics conference held at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Their paper was on XPose, a new interactive drone photo-taking system they had developed while at the University.

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Thought Leadership

Preparing business students for a volatile, uncertain world

In this commentary, NUS Business School Dean Professor Bernard Yeung advised students to seize opportunities, accept and embrace changes, and venture beyond the boundaries of their core degrees.

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An intern’s life

NUS Engineering undergraduate Naresh Kant shared more on his experience interning with a start-up in the heart of Stockholm while on the NUS Overseas Colleges programme.

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