Keep up to date with developments on COVID-19, as NUS News brings you the latest research in the fight against the virus.
Since the start of the COVID-19 outbreak, NUS experts have routinely contributed commentaries to the media to help the public make sense of the situation. Advances in research at NUS have also been covered by the newspapers. NUS News summarises the media's coverage of the fight against COVID-19.
With the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, event technology company Jublia has enhanced its various platforms to make the event experience completely virtual. The firm, founded by three NUS graduates, can thus continue to facilitate meetings and conferences during a historically difficult time for the industry.
The world is Ganesh Muthupalani’s classroom. The NUS Business student shares about his diverse learning experiences, from interning overseas to interacting with business leaders around the world.
The annual NUS Career Fest is a valuable networking platform for all undergraduates looking to thrive, not just survive, in the working world. This time, it is all happening online from 23 March till 2 April — from career webinars to live chats with prospective companies. Here is a quick summary of the event’s highlights.
NUS has announced new leadership appointments for the roles of Vice Provost (Teaching Innovation & Quality), Vice Provost (Graduate Education), and Dean of NUS Science, to take effect from 1 April.
NUS Science has put together a series of 15 snappy videos featuring scientists from the Faculty presenting and explaining a scientific concept or the application of a theory in a simple but intriguing way.
NUS Chemical Engineering alumnus Lee Qi Lin spends his days developing tools to help people make better decisions. The software engineer shares the story of his NUS experience, and how he landed his first job.
Dean of the NUS Saw Swee Hock School of Public Health Professor Teo Yik-Ying made a trip to the UK on 9 March to speak on Singapore’s approach to COVID-19 as part of a series of seminars hosted by the UK Public Health Rapid Support Team on the ongoing virus outbreak. Prof Teo shared and analysed the multi-prong measures that Singapore has put in place.