Part-time options in computing

Working professionals who are looking to change careers or delve deeper into the ICT sector can look forward to three new part-time Bachelor of Technology degrees in Business Analytics, Cybersecurity, and Software Engineering starting this August.

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Wonders of science

A team of NUS Science students captivated members of the public at this year’s Bucket Science Symposium by making science accessible through eye-catching and creative explanations and demonstrations of science concepts.

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International moot win

Students from NUS Law have emerged victorious in the 8th Leiden Sarin International Air Law Moot Court Competition, securing coveted internships at the International Civil Aviation Organization at its headquarters in Montreal, Canada.

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Novel device treats ‘glue ear’

An NUS Electrical and Computer Engineering team has developed CLiKX, a novel easy-to-use handheld device that quickly and effectively treats Otitis Media with Effusion, or “glue ear”, the leading cause of hearing loss in children worldwide.

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Thought Leadership

China-India-US Relations under the Trump Administration

This public lecture, featuring China’s National Defense University Dean Major General Zhu Chenghu and India’s former Foreign Secretary Ambassador Shyam Saran, looks at the potential contours that the China-India-US trilateral relationship might take under the new administration of President Donald Trump.

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Entrepreneurship

Inspired by Mark Zuckerberg

NUS Overseas Colleges alumnus and Carousell co-founder, Quek Siu Rui, met the Facebook founder for an exchange of ideas when Carousell was one of 15 start-ups worldwide selected for a roundtable session at last month's Facebook Developer Conference in California.

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