Stinky gas invigorates sperm

Hydrogen sulphide, a gas known for its rotten egg smell, may be able to help men improve the quality of their sperm and thus their fertility, found an NUS study.

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Born with better looks

Prof Rudolf Meier, Deputy Head of the Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum, explains why males of animal species are better looking than their female counterparts, and why this is not the case with humans.

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Advancing Research, Improving Lives

NUS is strongly committed to transforming the translational impact of its research to improve lives, with many research partnerships with industry and government entities.

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Tracking down human trafficking

An NUS FASStrack Asia Summer School course in human trafficking took students to Cambodia and Thailand, offering them fresh insight and a deeper understanding of the complex issue.

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