Mr Lai Chung Han, Second Permanent Secretary (Education) at the Ministry of Education, has been appointed to the NUS Board of Trustees with effect from 19 June 2017.
The Seventh International Meeting on Synthetic Biology, co-organised by NUS Synthetic Biology for Clinical and Technological Innovation, brought together global practitioners of synthetic biology to discuss the latest efforts in the field, and to build partnerships and collaborations.
Twenty-eight students from the College of Alice and Peter Tan and Residential College 4 embarked on an unforgettable 15-day journey to a land of blue skies and welcoming hearts on the African continent as part of the Study Trips for Engagement and EnRichment (STEER) Botswana programme.
Earlier this month, the NUS Science team organised the Chem Day Camp, a learning platform for youths from Singapore secondary schools, junior colleges and polytechnics to experience Chemistry through exciting hands-on laboratory activities and demonstrations.
In this public lecture held at our Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, Prof David Shambaugh – an influential authority on contemporary China and international relations in Asia – shared his thoughts on the state of Sino-American relations and the degree to which both United States and China are competing for regional influence.
The third edition of InnovFest Suzhou, organised by NUS (Suzhou) Research Institute, Singapore-China (Suzhou) Innovation Centre and NUS Enterprise, saw more than 800 visitors viewing over 100 projects on areas such as biomedical devices, intelligent manufacturing and hardware, new energy, environmental protection, and more.