15 January 2019 | General News

Dr Rahul Choudhury, Visiting Research Fellow from the Institute of South Asian Studies at NUS opined that in spite of the hype about online retailing in recent times, there is little evidence to suggest that online sellers are destined to capture and dominate the retail market in the future at the expense of offline retailers

The Business Times

15 January 2019 | General News

NUS Business School students Cherie Cher Hui Shan, Denise Yap Li Ying, Cheong Tse Xiang Ryan and Shao Yujin wrote about how Mao Sheng Quanji Construction keeps its landscaping services up to speed with new methodologies.

The Business Times

15 January 2019 | Research

Prof Zheng Yongnian, Director of the East Asian Institute at NUS looked at the predicament of entrepreneurs in China as the economic and political situations develop and transform quickly.

Lianhe Zaobao

14 January 2019 | Education, Entrepreneurship

The NUS Overseas Colleges, an NUS programme to expose students to different kinds of industries and technologies, as well as to nurture entrepreneurs in different parts of the world, has expanded to Toronto, an artificial intelligence powerhouse, and Shenzhen, China's version of Silicon Valley.

The Straits Times Online

13 January 2019 | Community, General News

1,500 students, staff and alumni from the NUS Business School took part in the 9th NUS Bizad Charity Run which has raised a total of $250,000 in support of the Cerebral Palsy Alliance Singapore and NUS Business School’s bursary and student support funds.

Lianhe Zaobao

13 January 2019 | General News

Prof Ho Puay Peng, Head of the Dept of Architecture at NUS School of Design and Environment spoke about the differences between Singapore and Hong Kong, where he had spent extensive time, and shared stories of his dealings with the high society of Hong Kong.

Lianhe Zaobao

13 January 2019 | Research, Community

Prof Matthias Roth from the Dept of Geography at NUS Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences attributed the rising temperatures in Singapore to global warming and the Urban Heat Island (UHI) effect.

Channel NewsAsia

12 January 2019 | Research

A new study led by Mr David Tan, Research Assistant from the Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum at NUS, found that the pin-striped tit babbler (Mixornis gularis), a small brown bird in Singapore, has a startlingly low genetic diversity. This could have many adverse repercussions, which could eventually result in an elevated risk of the bird’s extinction in an area.

The Straits Times

11 January 2019 | Research

Assoc Prof Toh Mun Heng from the Dept of Strategy and Policy at NUS Business School noted that the wage bill as a proportion of gross domestic product is becoming outdated amid structural changes. He opined that a more nuanced approach is needed as the line between labour and capital blurs.

The Straits Times

11 January 2019 | General News

Prof Zheng Yongnian, Director of the East Asian Institute at NUS spoke about Singapore's founding prime minister Mr Lee Kuan Yew’s prescience in seeing China's rise in the world before others noticed.

Lianhe Zaobao