Yongnam gives $200,000 towards structural steel research and teaching at NUS Engineering
STRUCTURAL steel research and teaching at the NUS Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering (CEE) has received a major boost from Yongnam Engineering and Construction Pte Ltd (Yongnam) – a gift of $200,000..
Connecting folks far apart but in the same sphere – a 'realistic' video-conferencing
IF you feel “eye contact” is missing when you are “Skyping”, take heart. Second-Year Design-Centric Programme (DCP) student, David Lee Tat Wai, may have the answer.
Designing a ‘flying fire truck’ for Singapore’s built-up environment
LOOKS like flying, and anything related to flying is in his blood. Third-year Mechanical Engineering and Design-Centric Programme (DCP) student Brian Teo Shohei who was a trainee pilot with the Airforce, has now embarked on his passion in another way -- designing and building a quad copter (a flying machine with four propellers) for humanitarian purposes.
Engaging people through Engineering... and acting
LIKE some of her predecessors from NUS -- Jeanette Aw (Theatre Studies) and Felicia Chin (NUS BIZ school) -- she can act and dance, having won a number of inter-school competitions. Ms Foong Yi Mei also holds a black belt in taekwondo to boot.
NUS Engineering fares well in QS World University Rankings 2014
THE NUS Faculty of Engineering continues to do well -- according to the QS World University Rankings by Subject 2014. Top of the ladder is Chemical Engineering, standing on the 5th rung.
NUS Biomedical Engineering startup -- hottest in 2014
Clearbridge BioMedics has been billed by Singapore Business Review as the hottest startup to watch in 2014..
Education officials enthused with concept and achievements of Design-Centric Programme
Design-Centric Programme (DCP) receives much attention from education officials -- both locally and from Korea.
Design-Centric Programme, the way to go
It's showtime at the Engineering foyer as Design-Centric Programme (DCP) students show their creativity and innovation.
International Manufacturing Engineering expert from NUS appointed Editor-in-Chief of Springer’s International Journal of Advanced Manufacturing Technology
Professor Andrew Nee has been appointed Editor-in-Chief of IJAMT after a month's search. The appointment signifies a shift of gravity in manufacturing engineering research from Europe and the US to Asia.
Novel portable robotic devices to help stroke patients regain their gait
TEAM led by Dr Yu Haoyong has come out with a robotic walker which can support and assist stroke patients as they go about their physical therapy.
Year-long immersion for Engineering students to come out with solutions addressing real world problems
STUDENTS from the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering now have the opportunity to work in local and international companies for up to a year and complete their final year projects in the industry under the Industrial Attachment Enhanced Programme (IAEP).
NUS Biomedical Engineering team pioneers system that can diagnose even pre-cancerous tissues in real time during endoscopy
THE NUS Department of Biomedical Engineering has developed a world-first system that can diagnose in real time, even pre-cancerous tissues during endoscopic examination.
Chemical Engineering project awarded NRF POC grant
Membrane technology to cool and dehumidify indoor air, led by Professor Neal Chung, NUS Department of Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering, can potentially cut total energy consumption in a building by up to 23 per cent.
SMART-NUS car debuts at Singapore Science Centre
Singapore's first driverless car designed for the public road, launches at the Singapore Science Centre today -- a joint project by the Singapore-MIT Alliance for Research and Technology (SMART) and NUS Engineering..
Engineers take the bull by the horns at Engin Day
Once again, it's time for NUS Engineering to chill out. Find out what is happening at Engin Day organised by the NUS Engineering Club and the Faculty's Student Life Office.
Clearbridge BioMedics paves the way for personalised medicine to combat cancer
Clearbridge BioMedics established new research centre at National Cancer Centre to research genetic make-up of a patient’s cancer cells using their new method developed with NUS Biomedical Engineering team for harvesting cancer cells from a regular blood sample.
Lofty DCP projects get thumbs-up from Prof Pillay
Design-Centric Programme projects came under the spotlight again. Chairman of Tiger Airways Holdings, Professor J Y Pillay, who is also an adjunct professor with the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, was enthused by the students' designs and concepts..
Putting the bounce back in manufacturing
Professor Sir Mike Gregory talks about some of the measures being put in place to enhance manufacturing capability in high-cost countries..
New innovation enables bigger and longer lasting memory in electronic systems
TEAM led by Dr Yang Hyunsoo, has developed a new Magnetoresistive Random Access Memory (MRAM) technology that will boost information storage in electronic systems. The innovative technology will drastically increase storage space and enhance memory.
NUS Engineering don is ambassador/mentor with UN Women
Associate Professor Ong Soh Khim, winner of the Singapore Youth Award 2013 Medal of Commendation is now the Ambassador/Mentor from the Engineering sector to support the Singapore Committee of UN Women's upcoming S.T.E.M. (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics) Programme.