Highlights & News

NUS computational chemists have developed a method that can quickly identify which interactions between groups of molecules, or between parts of a very large molecule, are small and may be ignored. This enables the interactions between molecules to be computed more efficiently and accurately.
22 Mar 2018
Ryan BETTENS (Group Leader, Chemistry)
NUS physicists have found that complex electron-electron interactions change the energy levels at molecule-metal interfaces, affecting the performance of molecular electronic devices.
13 Mar 2018
QUEK Su Ying (Group Leader, Physics)
NUS scientists are exploring an ecological approach to enhance the water quality at Pandan Reservoir.
02 Mar 2018
Darren YEO (Group Leader, Biological Sciences)
NUS chemists have discovered that the bound states of “holes” (the absence of an electron which leads to a net positive charge) in black phosphorus changes from an extended ellipse into a dumbbell shape when it is electrically excited, providing new insights for its use in next generation electronic devices.
21 Feb 2018
LU Jiong (Group Leader, Chemistry)
A quest to develop an efficient food recycling system for Singapore
20 Mar 2018

Set skills like statistics and programming are applicable to students from every faculty, according to NUS President TAN Eng Chye.
19 Mar 2018

Science team emerged champions in the competition held in India.
15 Mar 2018

Food Science and Technology Programme students have been creating healthier staple foods
13 Mar 2018

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