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Improving access to law school
Protection of sodium metal anodes meets in situ photoelectron spectroscopy
Study: Working with animals could result in employees that are more compassionate
MCI Minister: Serving as Digital Ecosystem Driver, Digital Talent Demand Increases
Joint study: Asia Pacific sustainability reporting study reveals what’s next for businesses
New book and investor conference for Global Shareholder Stewardship project
Magnetic therapy pioneered by NUS researchers enhances chemotherapy treatment of breast cancer
Keysight and Singapore’s Quantum Engineering Programme to accelerate research, development and education
Chinese public’s opinion of US plummeted during Trump presidency
Scientists discover promising biologic drug for treating chronic lung disease
1st Asia-Pacific Carbon Neutrality Symposium successfully held
Keppel Infrastructure and NUS collaborate to jumpstart smart grid, clean power
Particles released by red blood cells are effective carriers for anti-cancer immunotherapy
Site-directed deuteration of dronedarone preserves cytochrome P4502J2 activity and mitigates its cardiac adverse effects
Understanding ‘smart,’ spitting archerfishes
Study: Hardship early in life increases entrepreneurship in adulthood
University of Sydney joins Universitas 21 network
NTU to develop technologies to extract hydrogen, supported by industry collaborators
Breakthrough application of moisture-trapping film from NUS to reduce heat stress in personal protective suits
How does Covid affect people’s ability to smell
Vaccines: Philosophical, moral beliefs tied to religion determine acceptance
With land grabs comes competition for water – and local farmers are likely to lose
Eight exemplary individuals honoured for their contributions to education, research and service
Study identifies genetic markers related to leadership
Two Columbia Scientists Receive Hirschl Trust Research Awards
Research shows CO2 could be stored below ocean floor
Building next generation of science leaders
NUS Computing establishes Sea Olympiad Scholarship to attract and nurture top talents in computer studies
Joint study: Diverse leadership brings better firm performance
University of Cincinnati research helps develop new medicines for treating heart patients
Singapore to build National Quantum-Safe Network that provides robust cybersecurity for critical infrastructure
Advancing understanding of inflammation and cardiovascular disease
Butterfly eyespots reuse gene regulatory network that patterns antennae, legs and wings
Study finds why Alzheimer’s disease females face faster memory decline
NUS Business School launches Master’s programme in Sustainable and Green Finance
Extreme climate fluctuation drives South African domestic migration
Yeast cells converted to ‘mini factories’ to make dementia drugs
Widely-used hormone drug associated with increased risk of benign brain tumour at high doses
Feel connected to nature? It might be in your genes
Why do we love great outdoors? New research shows part of answer is in our genes
Love of nature is partially heritable, study of twins shows
Why public health messaging should focus on naked self-interest to tackle vaccine hesitancy
New hair dyes avoid allergic reactions
Interdisciplinary team to develop blueprint for sustainable urban food waste management and food systems using black soldier flies
Funds raised for NUS BSA Charity Run hits record of over S$600,000
Research team sets new efficiency record for solar cell technology
Monographs on Advanced Manufacturing Published
A new way to perform “general inverse design” with high accuracy