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A breakthrough discovery by researchers from the NUS College of Design and Engineering could bring us one step closer to a safer, greener and inexpensive rechargeable battery. Assistant Professor Pieremanuele Canepa and his team at the Department of Materials Science and Engineering have identified a new sodium-ion-based solid electrolyte composition that may enable ultra-fast battery charge and discharge.
The NUS Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences and Temenggong Artists-in-Residence Ltd (Temenggong) have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to promote joint research and development activities in the areas of arts, culture and heritage.
Meet the visionary leaders who set NUS on the exciting path towards building one of the largest entrepreneurial ecosystems in Asia. In this one-hour special, find out how the University has also supported unicorn founders, budding technopreneurs and aspiring entrepreneurs at every step of their startup journey in Singapore and beyond.
It was a joyful homecoming for alumni who gathered in-person, together with their families, alongside students學生 and staff, at this year’s Kent Ridge Alumni Family Day. After two years of virtual reunions, the event welcomed over 1,500 attendees who enjoyed live performances by alumni and student talents at a carnival held at Town Green in NUS University Town (UTown).
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Distinguished thought leaders, movers and shakers in Singapore and across the globe gather regularly on campus to share their insights and engage in intellectual discourse.
The current state of United States-China ties is the most strained it has been in years, and both sides need to relook the competition between them to avoid serious miscalculations that could send the world down a dangerous path. Ex-Australian Prime Minister Kevin Rudd, together with Ambassador-at-Large Professor Chan Heng Chee and other panellists, discuss the current political situation that prompted Mr Rudd to write his book The Avoidable War.
A recent report in the Singapore Business Review highlighted research showing that Singapore was the most overworked country in the Asia-Pacific region. Does the phenomenon of long “work” hours extend to the education system? Dr Kelvin Seah Kah Cheng, Senior Lecturer in the Department of Economics at the NUS Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, provides insights into his studies.