Have car will travel... Driver not required

A FOREBODING of having to lose his independence when he gets old has led Associate Professor Marcelo Ang Jr, Director of the NUS Advanced Robotics Centre, to starting a project on a driverless car. That was way back in 2010, when he worked with two new PhD students, Qin Baoxing and Demian Chong.

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Inaugural AICHE Singapore Local Section award ceremony at NUS Engineering

THREE eminent researchers from the Department of Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering were honoured at the inaugural AIChE Singapore Local Section (AIChE SLS) award ceremony (15 May).

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Chemical Engineering team designs RNA nanosensors inspired by snails

NUS research team at the Department of Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering led by Assistant Professor David Leong has hit upon a novel method to probe RNAs which are information carriers residing in living cells.

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NUS Engineering hosts International Engineering Science Consortium’s inaugural symposium

ENGINEERING Science Programme at NUS has much to celebrate. Besides being all of 10 years old, Professor Wang Chien Ming, Director of the Programme, finally sees an initiative for an international symposium (something which he has set heart and soul upon some two years ago) came into fruition today.

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NUS FSAE car soars to world’s top seven with new 'wings'

NUS Engineering team is in 7th heaven literally, having achieved the overall ranking of 7th worldwide (out of 120 teams) at the Formula SAE competition in Michigan, US (13 to 16 May).

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