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  • Ideas for Singapore's bus stop makeover
    15 Oct 2016

    The Singapore bus stop has come a long way since the 1950s, when it was little more than a basic sign post for people to gather around, to the current modern-day structure with seats, fans and electronic display boards.

  • Singapore's cybersecurity skills shortage: Why it matters
    14 Oct 2016

    SINGAPORE: In his speech launching Singapore’s national cybersecurity strategy earlier this week, Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong warned of cyberattacks and threats “becoming more frequent and sophisticated, with more severe consequences”.

  • 新科大明清古建筑 今起上演古雅南音
    07 Oct 2016

    国际巨星成龙安置在新科大校园内的那四栋明清古建筑终于派上用场。约有300多年历史的古戏台、二重亭和浙江古厝“堂正堂”与“斋心斋”,今晚起变成表演与雅聚场所,让古雅南音绕梁三日。

  • Molecule thought to be absent in vertebrates found in fish
    30 Sep 2016

    The long-held belief that vertebrates do not produce a molecule common in insects has been overturned, suggesting that insect pesticides targeting the molecule could also affect these

  • Commentary: To truly make a big cut, go beyond recycling
    27 Sep 2016

    Our mounting waste problem lies in a buy-and-throw-away culture. In the midst of affluence, asks To Kien, can we care enough to repair, reinvent and reuse our 'old' things?

  • This Singapore device turns your home into an urban farm
    26 Sep 2016

    Yon Heong Tung26 September 2016 Hydra Plant Care Companion Top More Creator Brian Ong hopes his device will help people grow and eat more fresh, wholesome food The late founder of modern Singapore, Lee Kuan Yew, rolled out a plan in 1967 to transform the republic into a “garden city”; today, parks

  • Turn your smartphone into a lantern
    30 Aug 2016

    Seven large lantern sets will light up Gardens by the Bay this Mid-Autumn Festival. Visitors will be able to interact with the installations by attaching their smartphone to a selfie stick and covering it with a casing designed by lecturers from the Singapore University of Technology and Design.

  • Can 3D-Printed Objects 'Remember' Their Original Shapes?
    28 Aug 2016

    Despite being bent, twisted or stretched at extreme angles, special three-dimensional (3D) structures being manipulated by an international team of scientists can still "remember" their original shapes.

  • Tote smartphone lanterns at Gardens by the Bay at this Mid-Autumn festival
    16 Aug 2016

    Old and new will meet in a brilliantly lit mash-up at Gardens by the Bay's celebration of Mid-Autumn Festival next month (September).