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NUS researchers invent ‘smart’ clothing that boosts wearable tech connectivity and battery life by 1,000 times
The "smart" clothes turn the wearer into a pseudo human circuit board.
NUS researchers invent blood test that could potentially detect Alzhiemer’s even before clinical symptoms appear
The blood test is said to be highly sensitive and has the ability to provide an accurate diagnosis that is comparable to brain PET imaging.
While NUS fared better in academic and employer reputation, NTU had scored better in institutional research quality.
NUS president says new sanctions against sexual misconduct are separate and in addition to criminal proceedings
A survey found that students deemed severity and pattern of behaviour as key factors for determining sanctions
NUS accepts 10 recommendations on dealing with sexual misconduct – including a minimum 1-year suspension for serious cases
NUS just agreed to improve its support framework for victims and implement stricter punishments for offenders.
This is over double of the previous projection of 90,000 individuals.
The scholarship is worth S$100,000 each and covers educational and living expenses.
Single elderly Singaporeans need S$1,379 a month for basic living needs, which include everything from curtains to holidays
The figure includes a budget for annual holidays, laptops and internet connection.
NUS is reviewing its ‘two strikes and you’re out’ policy, after the education minister criticised its ‘manifestly inadequate...
The current policy allows first-time offenders to avoid expulsion, as NUS wants to "give the students a chance".