• President Science Award 2017

Highlights & News

NUS pharmaceutical scientists have developed a prediction model to guide dosage adjustments of rivaroxaban, an oral anticoagulant (blood thinner), in renal-impaired patients taking amiodarone. This is to reduce the risk of internal bleeding.
22 May 2018
Eric CHAN (Group Leader, Pharmacy)
NUS scientists have discovered a unique growth mechanism to produce atomically thin semiconductor ribbons that can serve as a building block for high-performance nanoelectronic devices.
11 May 2018
Goki EDA (Group Leader, Physics and Chemistry)
NUS ecologists have developed improved methods for estimating biodiversity loss from habitat-clearing activities, to aid conservation planning.
07 May 2018
Ryan CHISHOLM (Group Leader, Biological sciences)
NUS chemists have discovered key factors determining the selectivity of copper catalysts for transforming carbon dioxide and water into useful chemicals and fuels.
25 Apr 2018
Jason YEO (Group Leader, Chemistry)
Exhibits and demonstrations on the Earth system structure and mechanisms were showcased to the public at Tiong Bahru Hawker Centre.
25 May 2018

Education
Driven by data
Data Analytics Consulting Centre Director Prof Carol HARGREAVES develops and teaches executive education training courses in data analytics to industry professionals.
24 May 2018

Themed “Teaching the Sciences Today”, the workshop’s speakers focused on the changes in science education, teaching pedagogies and students’ learning patterns over the years.
22 May 2018

Profs DING Jeak Ling and HO Bow invented a way to produce "Factor C", an enzyme in horseshoe crab blood for testing contamination in manufacturing anything that might go inside the human body.
21 May 2018

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