Highlights & News

NUS biophysicists have developed a manipulation assay that can quantify the mechanical stability and biochemical regulations of inter-molecular interactions at the single molecule level.
14 Feb 2020
YAN Jie (Group Leader, Physics)
NUS ecologists found that current approaches involving enforcement and provision of alternative livelihoods are unlikely to succeed in deterring informal gold mining in Myanmar.
13 Feb 2020
Edward WEBB (Group Leader, Biological Sciences)
NUS researchers discovered that thinning down Weyl semimetals provides a new twist to spintronics.
04 Feb 2020
LOH Kian Ping (Group Leader, Chemistry)
NUS researchers found that caterpillars and butterflies can learn to prefer new food odours and sex pheromone blends, and that these new preferences are inherited by their offspring.
03 Feb 2020
Antónia MONTEIRO (Group Leader, Biological Sciences)
IoT Datathon 3.0
Themed AI SAVE LIVES, students came together to develop Artificial Intelligence-driven applications to predict one of the deadliest vector-borne diseases in the world – dengue.
12 Feb 2020

The University has ramped up precautionary measures to ensure the safety and well-being of our students and staff.
10 Feb 2020

Staff and students returning from travel to mainland China will need to go on a mandatory 14-day leave of absence as part of the new counter measures introduced by NUS to address the evolving 2019 Novel Coronavirus Pneumonia situation.
27 Jan 2020

On 26 December, NUS students, staff, alumni and members of the public gathered at NUS' multipurpose field to witness the rare celestial phenomenon of an annular solar eclipse.
10 Jan 2020