Research Highlights 2013                                                                 
 
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Nanoelectronics: High performance nano-switches                                                                The efficiency of a nano-switch can increase ten-fold by adding one extra carbon unit to it
 
Dr Christian Nijhuis, Department of Chemistry
 
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Nanomaterials: “Superheated” Water that can Corrode Diamonds
Novel discovery paves the way to improve waste degradation and laser-assisted etching of materials
 
Professor Loh Kian Ping, Department of Chemistry
 
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NUS researchers developed world’s first water treatment techniques using apple and tomato peels
 
Professor Suresh Valiyaveettil, Department of Chemistry
 
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Graphene Carbocatalysts and Nanobubbles
 
Professor Loh Kian Ping, Department of Chemistry
 
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Materials: Precise placement of graphene sheets

By using a self-release layer, graphene sheets can positioned and placed accurately at the desired location

 
Dr Chua Lay-Lay, Department of Physics
 
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Materials: Unexpected conductivity

Direction dependent electronic transport at the interface of two different oxide insulators

 
Dr Ariando, Department of Physics
 
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Materials: One plus one is greater than two

Combining graphene with monolayers of transition metal dichalcogenides (TMDC) can create super efficient solar cells

 
Professor Castro Neto, Department of Physics
 
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Spin-Orbit Coupling Enhancement in Weakly Hydrogenated Graphene
 
Professor Barbaros Özyilmaz, Department of Physics
 
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Graphene-based Junctions for Electrical and Photoconducting Devices
 
Dr Wei Dacheng & Prof Andrew Wee, Department of Physics
 
CQT bit commit photons
 
Harnessing Quantum Phenomena for Secure Communication
 
Professor Christian Kurtsiefer, Department of Physics
 
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Trends in Contraceptive Use and Family Planning Indicators
 
Dr Leontine Alkema, Department of Statistics
 
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Mathematical Models and Numerical Methods for Dipolar Bose-Einstein Condensates
 
Professor Weizhu Bao, Department of Mathematics
 
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Blind Image De-convolution by Sparse Approximation
 
Assoc Prof Ji Hui, Department of Mathematics
 
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Late Effects of Chemotherapy in Breast Cancer Survivors
 
Assoc Prof Alexandre Chan, Department of Pharmacy
 
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Therapeutic Drug Monitoring through Tiny Dried Blood Spots
 
Professor Paul Ho, Department of Pharmacy
 
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Membrane Stress Response Buffers the Harmful Effects of Lipid Disequilibrium
 
Assoc Prof Davis Ng, Department of Biological Sciences
 
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RNA Editing Mistake Promotes Brain Tumour Development
 
Professor Wang Shu, Department of Biological Sciences
 
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Increasing ADAMTS5 Protein Production May Control Cancer Progression
 
Assoc Prof Ge Ruowen, Department of Biological Sciences
 
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Agricultural Intensification Escalates Future Conservation Costs
 

Dr Roman Carrasco, Assoc Prof Edward L. Webb, Mr Jacob Phelps

Department of Biological Sciences

 
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Who Pays for Global Health, and How Much?
 

Dr Roman Carrasco, Department of Biological Sciences

 
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Photonics: Creating an invisibility cloak using Teflon

Using topology optimization as a new way to design invisibility cloaks

 

Professor Ong Chong Kim, Department of Physics

 
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Materials: Inspiration from Nature on Graphene Film Production

Novel bio-inspired way to grow high-quality graphene for high-end electronic device

 
Professor Loh Kian Ping, Department of Chemistry
 

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Research Retreat 2013

 

 

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