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NUS Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences alumnae Ms Sulaimah Mahmood, Ms Janice Cai and Ms Faridah Mohd Saad, were part of the Singapore team that successfully negotiated the landmark Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP).
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Detailed risk management, long-term planning, financial soundness and environmental sustainability – these are some of the key strategies to build resilience in universities, according to NUS President Professor Tan Eng Chye.
Associate Professor Alfredo Franco-Obregón and his team from the NUS Institute for Health Innovation and Technology have examined how low amplitude magnetic fields may be used to enhance muscle metabolism.
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Distinguished thought leaders, movers and shakers in Singapore and across the globe gather regularly on campus to share their insights and engage in intellectual discourse.
NUS Trustee Professor Chan Heng Chee shares her thoughts on what a Biden administration would mean for Asia at the Geopolitical Reset 2021 webinar.
Experts from the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy at NUS discuss how today’s global sustainability and environmental issues are presenting Asian governments with policy challenges but also opportunities.