Prof Neal Chung awarded IChemE Medal for Exceptional Research in Separations

PROFESSOR Neal Chung has received yet another recognition for his contribution to research in the area of separation processes. He was awarded the inaugural IChemE Medal for Exceptional Research in Separations.

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Novel robotic socks to help prevent DVT and improve survival rates

Team of researchers from the Faculty of Engineering and the Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine, have come out with a sock inspired by tentacle movements of corals, to treat patients with DVT.

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We are 60: Engin Day Carnival sparks off celebrations

NUS Engineering Dean unveiled the Faculty's 60th Anniversary logo at Engin Day. A carnival was held with great participation from both staff and students.

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Carol's mobile app "wanted" by police

WE see this often enough on TV and the movies -- where witnesses help police to come out with sketches or images of suspects. ECE student Carol Cheng's invention makes sketching criminals a breeze.

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Design-Centric Programme's satellite warriors

Two Design-Centric Programme (DCP) teams proved their prowess at the Singapore Space Challenge 2014.
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'Thinking' underwater robots that mimic nature

NUS Engineering researchers are closer to coming out with underwater robotic creatures that mimic nature, but equipped with a brain of their own.
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