NUS FSAE team is 19th in Michigan -- out of 120 international teams
THE FSAE team and their car roared the NUS spirit and courage at Michigan, upping its previous 29th overall position to 19th. Said Professor Seah Kar Heng, the Faculty FSAE advisor.
NUS Engineering courses in top 10 of QS World University Rankings by Subject
THE Faculty of Engineering has fared well in the latest Quacquarelli Symonds (QS) World University Rankings by Subject. Four of the Faculty’s subjects were ranked among the top 10.
Re-engineering molecules to fight cancer
CHEMICAL & BIOMOLECULAR ENGINEERING team led by Associate Professor Liu Bin has developed a new category of organic luminogens (light-emitting molecules) which are water soluble. Being organic, this means they are of low cytotoxicity. Its water solubility also means that they can be used for better bioimaging to detect or monitor diseases such as cancer.
Engineer with a heart for environmental public policies
YOU can say he has “been there, done that”. Well, perhaps not quite. There are still a lot of things which NUS Electrical & Computer Engineering alumnus Amlan Saha wants to do -- as Vice President of the energy/environmental consulting firm MJ Bradley and Associates (MJB&A).
DCP and USP students’ project paves the way for quieter and cleaner transportation
A PROJECT by the Engineering Design-Centric Programme (DCP) in collaboration with the University Scholars Programme (USP) has paved the way for a quieter and cleaner mode of transportation. They have come out with a novel method of converting motorcycles from petrol to electric propulsion.
Novel cooling technology by NUS Engineering team all set to woo global electric vehicle market
A NEW cooling technology developed by an NUS Engineering team, has been licensed by Singapore clean-tech company, GCoreLab Pte Ltd, with eye on the electric vehicle market.
NUS team discovers novel microfluidic device for rapid separation and detection of bacteria
NUS Bioengineering team led by Associate Professor Zhang Yong has developed a novel microfluidic device for efficient rapid separation and detection of non-spherical bioparticles. (Microfluidic devices deal with the behaviour, precise control and manipulation of fluids that are geometrically constrained to sub-millimeter scale.)
Engineers work with clinicians to make a better world
WHERE would healthcare be without Engineering? Professor Lim Chwee Teck speaking at the NUS Engineering Lecture Series, shared his views with a packed audience from the academia, schools and industry.
Early start for Poly students taking Engineering Science
NUS ENGINEERING Science Programme (ESP) is all out to woo topnotch Ngee Ann Poly engineering science students as early as possible. Some 40 freshmen from Ngee Ann Polytechnic took part in a one-day outreach programme specially tailored for them at the NUS Faculty of Engineering.
Future port design by Singapore-Shanghai team led by NUS Engineering wins top prize of US$1 million
RADICAL thinking by a truly multidisciplinary NUS -Shanghai team has led to winning the top prize of US$1 million at the Next Generation Container Port (NGPC) Challenge launched by Singapore Maritime Institute and Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore.
Discovery of novel interaction of nanomaterials with proteins paves the way for advancement of nanomedicine
A STUDY led by Dr David Leong, Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering at the Faculty of Engineering, has shed new light on how nanomaterials interact with living cells – and the implications. Their study will pave the way towards more rational centric design of nanomaterials involved in biological systems.