Highlights & News

NUS pharmaceutical scientists have discovered the mechanisms involved when small chemical modifications to certain pharmaceutical drugs may cause harm instead of improving treatment.
12 Jan 2018
HO Han Kiat (Group Leader, Pharmacy)
NUS scientists have developed energy efficient ultra-thin light-emitting diodes (LEDs) for next generation communication technologies.
08 Jan 2018
Goki EDA (Group Leader, Physics and Chemistry)
NUS scientists in collaboration with researchers from Novartis have discovered two genetic markers in Plasmodium falciparum, the deadliest malaria parasite that can cause it to develop resistance against a new antimalarial drug.
03 Jan 2018
Paul HO (Group Leader, Pharmacy)
NUS biologists have identified a crucial protein that commands a key communications hub which determines cell growth.
20 Dec 2017
LOW Boon Chuan (Group Leader, Biological Sciences)
Student Life
Trees N Trunks 2017
Twenty students built dams, planted trees and interacted with elephants in Chiang Mai as part of the annual NUS Rotaract Club Trees N Trunks
15 Jan 2018

The Kwan Fook Ngah & Kum Lai Yoke Bursary recognises financially needy full-time undergraduate students, with a preference for Chemistry students.
11 Jan 2018

Students from the NUS Science Volunteer Corps, together with Kraft-Heinz and relief organisation Rise Against Hunger, hosted Pack-A-Meal, which packaged 80,000 packets of food for needy families in Cambodia and the Philippines
08 Jan 2018

The new programme will be offered from Academic Year 2018/2019
04 Jan 2018

Upcoming Events

Brain Training Workshops
Coriander, Shaw Foundation Alumni House
17 Jan 18
Movies on the House: Wonder Woman
Shaw Foundation Alumni house
25 Jan 18
Faculty Awards Ceremony
Platypus Cafe
26 Jan 18