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1 NTU Singapore scientists develop tougher, safer bicycle helmets using new plastic material
2 NMSU, Navajo Technical University receive grant funds to support Native American students
3 NTU Singapore converts tamarind shells into an energy source for vehicles
4 NTU develops rapid malaria test kit that could aid diagnosis in developing countries
5 NTU launches two new programs to develop human resource talent with Institute for Human Resource Professionals
6 NTU Singapore study highlights media's important role in debunking COVID-19 misinformation
7 Some NTU students fail to secure on-campus housing due to quota 'imposed by authorities', international students stranded
8 NTU says it is 'still working' to resolve hall allocation issue, cannot have a place for every applicant
9 COVID-19: Medigen spat avoidable, NTU expert says
10 NTU study: Vertical greenery on building exterior can act as 'stress buffer'
11 Tsunami or storm surge? NTU scientists find clues in the unseen
12 NTU-led team uncovers way to use tamarind shells to conduct electricity
13 Rapid test kit for malaria delivers results in 30 minutes
14 NTU decides not to reduce hostel places after review
15 Reddit thread explains why NTU students are “unhappy” with the university's administration, some compare NTU to NUS
16 Hi-tech lab taps advanced technology to boost Singapore's future pandemic response
17 Nottingham Trent University withdraws offer from student over racist Snapchat aimed at England players
18 Breakthrough in detection of SARS-CoV-2 variant in wastewater
19 University withdraws offer from student over racist Snapchat
20 COVID-19: Ventilation key to curbing indoor infections, experts say
21 Should racist posts bar someone from university?
22 NTU Singapore scientists turn aquaculture waste into new biomaterial for tissue repair
23 Why China and the United States aren't cooperating on COVID-19
24 Study highlights mainstream news media’s role in public health communication during the pandemic
25 SMART breakthrough in detection of coronavirus variant in wastewater
26 NTU Singapore scientists design 'smart' device to harvest daylight
27 Dissolving soap pods a suds-cess at ITE-NTU kickstarter competition
28 NTU Singapore scientists develop device to 'communicate' with plants using electrical signals
29 NTU study of ancient corals in Indonesia reveals slowest earthquake ever recorded
30 NTU Singapore scientists invent catheter system to deliver electricity-activated glue path
31 NTU Singapore team develops portable device that creates 3D images of skin in 10 minutes
32 NTU Professor's achievements recognised with ASME's prestigious medal
33 Commentary: Plenty of fish in the sea? Seafood-loving Singapore may not have its fill in the future
34 NTU Singapore scientists develop antibacterial gel bandage using durian husk
35 NTU Singapore scientists develop nanotech antimicrobial masks with 99.9% filtration
36 NTU scientists establish new records of Singapore's sea-level history
37 NTU, Singapore Food Agency, and A*STAR launch Future Ready Food Safety Hub (FRESH)
38 Scientists develop eco-friendly pollen sponge to tackle water contaminants
39 NTU scientists develop laser system that generates random numbers at ultrafast speeds
40 Scientists from NTU and Rice University uncover secret behind one of the world's toughest materials
41 NTU Singapore study investigates link between COVID-19 and risk of blood clot formation
42 Study led by NTU Singapore finds that microbes work as a network in causing lung infection
43 NTU Singapore develops oral insulin nanoparticles that could be an alternative to jabs
44 Safety concerns determine level of public support for driverless vehicles, finds NTU study
45 NTU Singapore designs reusable nanotech mask to block germs, particles
46 New AI tool invented by NTU, NP and NHCS scientists could speed up diagnosis of cardiovascular diseases
47 NTU study finds Singapore public less keen on drone use in residential areas than industrial zones
48 NTU Singapore Scientists Develop System to Deliver Electrically-activated Glue for Sealing Defects in Broken Blood Vessels
49 NTU alumnus Steven Lim gifts S$1 million to his alma mater to support students in need
50 Security most important to retaining mobile banking customers, NTU-WeBank study finds
51 NTU Singapore scientists invent glue activated by magnetic field
52 NTU Singapore start-up commercialises AI that can detect leaks instantly in gas pipelines
53 Scientists develop AI platform to assess blood vessel anomalies and eye disease
54 Could tamarind shells be used to charge electric cars in the future?
55 Vehicle energy source generated from tamarind shells
56 NTU receives $12 mil from philanthropist
57 NTU, Surbana Jurong and ENGIE to partner for sustainable liquid air energy storage researc
58 NTU's Nanyang MBA jumps 35 places to break into top 40 in The Economist's global rankings
59 Scientists develop test to detect the virus that causes COVID-19 even when it mutates
60 Expand your horizons with graduate education at National Institute of Education, Singapore
61 Nanyang Assistant Professors
62 NTU Singapore scientists develop 'mini-brains' to help robots recognize pain and to self-repair
63 UK University Withdraws Offer To Student Over Alleged Racist Abuse Aimed At England Players
64 NTU scientists report plastic could be 'eco-friendlier' than paper &cotton in Singapore
65 Commentary: As US withdraws, Russia confronts an awkward dilemma in Afghanistan
66 NUS and NTU launch first-of-its-kind tropical data centre testbed
67 Robots as small as a grain of rice developed by NTU team
68 NTU spin-off ZES launches new radiation-protection chips for satellites
69 NTU Singapore ranked No 1 in Times Higher Education's world's best young universities list
70 Singapore's NTU tops global ranking of best young universities
71 NTU spin-off ARTICARES launches portable arm rehabilitation device
72 NTU scientists develop new biomaterial to help in bone repair
73 NTU reveals new study on autoimmune disorders and severe COVID-19
74 Keysight Collaborates With NTU Singapore on Hybrid Vehicle to Everything Communications
75 Indonesian tycoon donates $1 million to needy NTU students on birthday
76 Faculty positions in Theoretical and Computational Plasma Physics |
77 Man charged for falsely saying he was quarantined for COVID to NTU researcher
78 NTU chairman to step down after 28 years, will be succeeded by current NAC chairman
79 Navajo Technical University celebrates graduates receiving certificates
80 NTU Singapore is ranked among world's Top 12 universities
81 NTU scientists develop "biorubber" glue for faster surgical recovery and pain relief
82 NTU Singapore scientists devise 'Trojan horse' approach to kill cancer cells without using drugs
83 NTU approves text for Chen Wen-chen square
84 Vortex technology developed by NTU spin-off speeds up cooling while saving energy
85 Food Gets Automated. Try These 3D Printed Food Inks and Robot-Created Tacos
86 NTU Singapore scientists use fruit peel to turn old batteries into new
87 Planting Vertical Gardens in Cities Can Help Reduce Stress Levels Among Residents, a New Study Found
88 Universities deny research misconduct allegations from former NTU staff member
89 NTU to offer free COVID-19 testing for hall residents
90 NTU scientists develop robots the size of a rice grain that may help in surgery in future
91 Mahesh Babu quits Mahindra Electric, Suman Mishra named as new CEO
92 Largest number of highly cited scientists in Singapore comes from NTU for 3 straight years
93 Eight NTU subjects in global top 10
94 NTU scientists create apps for special needs persons
95 NUS and NTU continue to rank well globally in QS university rankings, NTU materials science course overtakes MIT for top rank
96 Cyclist killed in accident involving shuttle bus at NTU bought her bicycle the week before, says husband
97 NTU tops global ranking of best young universities
98 NTU Singapore scientists build ultra-high-speed Terahertz wireless chip
99 What Percentage Of Northern Minerals Limited (ASX:NTU) Shares Do Insiders Own?
100 How are you? These NTU students want to know