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New research will combat marine plastic pollution in South East Asia
Three subjects placed No. 1 globally, NTU Singapore ranks highly in latest US News & World Report rankings
NTU spin-off Zero Error Systems launches new radiation-protection chips for satellites and autonomous vehicles
Major new research programme could fast-track health service improvement in low and middle-income countries
NTU Singapore scientists develop ‘mini-brains’ to help robots recognise pain and to self-repair
NTU Singapore scientists report that plastic bags could be ‘eco-friendlier’ than paper and cotton bags
Start-up with plastic waste recycling solution wins top prize
Cambridge University and NTU Singapore establish new research centre to support lifelong learning
Cambridge University and Nanyang Technological University, Singapore establish new research centre to support
Scientists at NTU Singapore, MIT make electrifying diamond find
Turning diamond into metal
Plant researcher from Singapore wins virtual Asia-Pacific 3MT
Bridging gap between remote sensing and tree modelling with data science
NTU Singapore ranked 4th in Asia and top 30 in QS Global MBA ranking
NTU Singapore scientists devise ‘Trojan horse’ approach to kill cancer cells without using drugs
Health messages to help stop patient harm in hospitals
SMART researchers develop fast and efficient method to produce red blood cells
QUT joins international healthcare communication body
Singapore start-up plans clinical trial of a single daily pill replacing multiple pills for Parkinson’s disease
NTU Singapore scientists use fruit peel to turn old batteries into new
NTU Singapore scientists develop “biorubber” glue for faster surgical recovery and pain relief
SP Group embarking on S$30 million in research and education initiatives with NTU Singapore
NTU Singapore scientists develop Artificial Intelligence system for high precision recognition of hand gestures
NTU Singapore develops peptide that makes drug-resistant bacteria sensitive to antibiotics again
NTU Singapore and Osaka University scientists build ultra-high-speed Terahertz wireless chip
NTU and A*STAR scientists develop new way to deliver more drugs through skin
Scientists led by NTU Singapore identify new catalysts for more efficient water splitting
NTU EcoLabs launches multi-million scale-up initiative to support 40 cleantech maritime start-ups and SMEs
Owe IRS? No problem, some Americans say
Neuroscience Research Australia has today opened Australia’s new Spinal Cord Injury Research Centre
Surbana Jurong and NTU Singapore to develop hybrid system to deliver cleaner and more sustainable energy from LNG
Study led by NTU Singapore finds global sentiments towards COVID-19 shifting from fear to anger
MIT team collaborates with 3M to develop rapid Covid-19 test
Scaled-up perovskite solar cells developed by NTU Singapore scientists achieve highest recorded power conversion
Scientists discover protective Alzheimer’s gene and develop rapid drug-testing platform
NTU Singapore is ranked world’s No.1 young university for seventh straight year by QS
NTU Singapore scientists and KKH clinicians develop urine test that identifies pregnancy outcome after threatened
NTU invents antimicrobial compound used in reusable face masks made by Ghim Li Group
NTU Singapore maintains its place among world’s best universities
Deloitte and NTU Singapore launch new course in audit analytics to build capabilities
Mangroves at risk of collapse if emissions not reduced by 2050, international scientists predict
Mangroves at risk if carbon emissions not reduced by 2050, international scientists predict
Mangroves at risk if carbon emissions not reduced by 2050, scientists predict
Peatland drainage in Southeast Asia adds to climate change
UK science and fight against COVID-19
Study shows that sea level could rise more than 1m by 2100 if emission targets are not met
NCID, NUS and NTU Studies Highlight Role of Socio-Behavioural Factors in Managing COVID-19
NTU Singapore announces partnership initiative to offer internship opportunities