12 September 2017 | General News

NUS Business School students Colin Jiang Kelin, Louis Tan Xiao Yao, Tan Jian Cheng and Winnie Wang Shi Yun highlighted the growth of Print Lab, Singapore’s first and only one-stop print service solutions provider.

The Business Times

12 September 2017 | General News

Prof Zheng Yongnian, Director of the East Asian Institute at NUS analyses China’s development in the lead-up to the country’s 19th National Congress, highlighting issues that China will face in the future and what it can do to overcome them.

Lianhe Zaobao

12 September 2017 | General News

Prof Wei-Jun Jean Yeung, Provost’s Chair Professor in the Department of Sociology at NUS Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences and Asian Research Institute, and Director of the NUS Centre for Family and Population Research, said that IKEA’s move to offer month-long paid paternity leave is an exciting move in a public-private partnership to help strengthen families and encourage male employees to get involved in raising their children. Prof Yeung discussed the benefits of fathers taking time off to spend with their family and expressed hope that IKEA’s move will inspire other companies to follow suit.

Channel NewsAsia Online

11 September 2017 | Research

A team of researchers led by Prof Loh Kian Ping from the Dept of Science at NUS Faculty of Science have developed a novel organic material known as 3Q. The material, which possesses superior electrical conductivity and energy retention capability can be used to develop ultra-stable, high capacity and environmental friendly rechargeable batteries. The research was published in Nature Energy in May 2017.

Capital 95.8FM

11 September 2017 | Education, General News

Former head of civil service, Mr Lim Siong Guan, who is the Institute of Policy Studies’ fourth S R Nathan Fellow for the Study of Singapore, delivers a series of three lectures on the future of Singapore.

The Straits Times

11 September 2017 | General News

Assoc Prof Ashok Charan of NUS Business School opined that marketers today must be adept at reinventing themselves and clearly show how marketing is driving growth.

TODAY

11 September 2017 | Research

A study led by Assoc Prof Lee Yung Seng of NUS Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine has found a link between overweight parents and childhood obesity – having overweight parents is the likeliest cause for obese children.

Lianhe Zaobao

11 September 2017 | General News

Prof Zheng Yongnian, Director of the East Asian Institute at NUS opined that Chinese President Mr Xi Jinping will consolidate his power during the Communist Party of China’s 19th National Congress and the mainland Chinese government might seek “active unification” with Taiwan to bring an end to the long-standing issue.

Lianhe Zaobao

10 September 2017 | Research

A research team including Prof Patrick Tan and Prof Teh Bin Tean, both from the Cancer and Stem Cell Biology Programme at Duke-NUS Medical School, has discovered four cancer gene subtypes from patient samples of 10 countries, which may enable more targeted treatment of bile duct cancer.

Lianhe Zaobao

10 September 2017 | Community

Ms Faizah Irwanis Ahmad, a first-year NUS student, was among 180 undergraduates who conducted free medical check-ups for the residents of Eunos Crescent. This was under a community health service programme organised by the Neighbourhood Health Service, a student organisation comprising medical, nursing, as well as social work undergraduates from NUS and NTU.

Berita Minggu