Nanyang Technological University

Soot forensics: Carbon fingerprints reveal curved nanostructure

Researchers have moved one step closer to reducing air pollution from engines by imaging soot nanoparticles to reveal their unique signatures. The …

Engines

Alibaba to launch own AI chip next year

​Chinese internet giant sets up a semiconductor company and unveils plans to release its own artificial intelligence processor, as it looks to boost …

Artificial Intelligence

Blackout hits parts of Singapore early Tuesday morning; SP Group says power restored within 38 minutes

September 18, 2018 2:12 AM<br>SINGAPORE - Several parts of Singapore were hit by a blackout as electricity supplies were cut early on Tuesday morning …

News (Singapore)

Cyber attacks inevitable; businesses should have response plans in place - Experts

SINGAPORE - Business owners and organisations need to have quick and comprehensive response plans for cyber attacks as breaches are inevitable, …

Cyber-attacks

China welcomes foreign AI devt: Xi

Government officials and business executives on Monday called for broader cooperation between China and the US to boost the development of artificial …

News (China)

Formula One: Formula One's crown jewel continues to sparkle even after 11 years

September 18, 2018 5:00 AM<br>There are no certainties in motor racing but the Singapore Airlines Singapore Grand Prix might be as good as it gets for …

Dua Lipa

Google's parental control Family Link app now available in Singapore

SINGAPORE - Parents can now keep an eye on their child's digital activities with the Family Link app from Google.<p>First launched last year in the …

Android News

Vostok 2018: Russia and China’s Diverging Common Interests

Russia’s Vostok 2018 exercise officially commenced on September 11 and concludes September 17. One of Russia’s major military maneuvers held every …

Vostok

Introducing vSphere Platinum and vSphere 6.7 Update 1!

We are excited to share today that VMware is announcing VMware vSphere Platinum – a new edition of vSphere, as well as vSphere 6.7 Update 1 – the …

Vmware

2D material produces highest ever signals for human embryonic stem cell detection

Researchers have developed a way to achieve an ultra-high bioelectric signal from human embryonic stem cells using direct current-voltage …

Stem Cells

Moving towards a Smart City

<b>Lim Li Shian<br>The Business Times<br>Sep 14 2018</b><p>FROM e-payments to improving public transport, these are just some of the initiatives that will be covered …

Smart Cities

The electrifying life of Gram-positive bacteria

While EET has mainly been studied in a group of specialized mineral-respiring bacteria, our recent work identifies a novel EET mechanism that is …

Atoms

Acoustic Nozzles Improve the Performance of 3D Printed Parts

Usually when we’re talking about 3D printing in terms of acoustics, it has to do with making a good set of speakers. But, recent research has …

3D Printing

15 new members appointed to Reach supervisory panel

September 13, 2018 5:00 AM<br>The supervisory panel for government feedback unit Reach will have 15 new members, and train its focus on three groups: …

News (Singapore)

Despite ban on grid girls, SIA's Singapore Girls to turn out at F1

Grid girls have been banned by Formula One authorities, but the Singapore Girl will still appear at the Marina Bay Street Circuit this weekend.SIA …

Singapore Airlines

NTU students get new rest pod

Given six months to create their own business venture, a team of Nanyang Technological University (NTU) students taking entrepreneurship as a minor …

News (Singapore)

In Russia's massive war games, China's military is practicing for the deadly counter-attacks they'd need against the US

China's participation in Vostok 2018, Russia's largest military exercise for 37 years, will enhance the counter-attacking capabilities of its armed forces and reinforce ties with its northern neighbour, Beijing said on Tuesday, amid rising tensions with the United States.<p>The five days of war games …

Vostok

China has developed the world's largest flying boat, and it could be used to ferry troops into the South China Sea

China claims to have successfully tested a new sea plane, purportedly the largest in the world, and while its primary purposes are firefighting and water rescue, this new aircraft could be used to advance the country's ambitions in the disputed South China Sea.<p>The AG600 Kunlong, a …

News (Hong Kong)

Iconic architecture and landmarks in Singapore

Photo:Darren Soh and National Gallery Singapore<p>Art<p>National Gallery Singapore<p>City Hall<p>The former City Hall and Supreme Court buildings have been …

Skyscrapers

Uber passenger killed after NTU student crashes car into tree: Driver was tired but not sleepy, says lawyer

A 23-year-old university student who drove part-time for Uber and got into an accident that resulted in the death of his passenger was sentenced to …

Singapore

A woman’s place is in the digital revolution

Closing the gap between men and women to the internet and mobile phones would enable women to seize opportunities in the industries that are shaping …

Uttar Pradesh

Xi's speech on Chinese Teachers' Day impressive, inspiring -- overseas teachers - Xinhua

BEIJING, Sept. 11 (Xinhua) -- The latest remarks by Chinese President Xi Jinping on the important role of education and teachers in shaping China's …

China

Commentary: Helping Grab drivers find jobs and have enough money an uphill battle

SINGAPORE: The world of consumer demand has been upended this decade and it all started with the smartphone.<p>New technology, big data and artificial …

Nanyang Technological University

How supermarkets fight food waste in Singapore

SINGAPORE (THE NEW PAPER) - Last month, 24-hour store Mustafa Centre was found to be disposing of nearly 100kg of fruits and vegetables daily, …

Agriculture

More Singapore Institute of Technology graduates find full-time work

SINGAPORE - More Singapore Institute of Technology (SIT) graduates secured full-time permanent jobs last year, results from the university's annual …

College & University

We asked leading experts about the risk of Wales being hit by a tsunami

Everyone remembers the horrific pictures of the 2004 tsunami that devastated Sri Lanka and Indonesia.<p>Causing $20bn of damage and leaving more than …

News (Wales)

CSDL - IEEE Transactions on Visualization Computer Graphics - Table of Contents

Omar Janeh , Department of Informatics, Human-Computer Interaction Group, University of Hamburg, Hamburg, Germany<p>Gerd Bruder , Institute for …

Online Education

Does technology really enhance our decision-making ability?

ADELPHI, Md. -- An Army scientist recently won a best paper award at the Association for Computing Machinery's 26th Conference on User Modeling, …

U.S. Army

Foreign Correspondent: The Rohingya Crisis We Could See Coming

×<p>Htoo Tay Zar<p>Aung San Suu Kyi.<p>I snuck into Myanmar in July 1995 on a tourist visa, because the military junta running the country made it almost …

Liberal View

Redundancy and Risk Management: Lessons from Japan’s Disasters for Southeast Asian Infrastructure

Recent disasters in Japan and its responses present valuable lessons for Southeast Asia's infrastructure boom.

Locomotives