NTU partners Thai petrochemical giant PTTGC in 3D printing for the automotive industry
3D-printed materials developed will help improve car efficiency and reduce carbon dioxide emissions.
NTU and Fraunhofer launch a new research institute to develop digital solutions
Research will focus on virtual and augmented reality and human-machine interfaces.
NTU Renaissance Engineering Programme ties up with Canada’s University of British Columbia
REP students can now choose a year of study at University of British Columbia, University of California, Berkeley, Imperial College London or Northwestern University.
NTU freshmen guaranteed a two-year stay at residential halls on campus
With three new residential halls opening this year, more than 14,000 undergraduates will live on campus, meeting over 90 per cent of the current demand.
DPM Teo Chee Hean and Finance Minister Heng Swee Keat visit NTU’s ERI@N and NEWRI
Autonomous electric shuttle and fast-charging batteries were among the technologies showcased during the visit.
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NTU scientists print flexible and translucent perovskite solar cells
These panels can be used on building facades and windows to tap more solar power than ever before.
NTU ties up with French partners to create new energy solutions
The collaboration includes research to enhance the recycling of e-waste by recovering useful metals from scrap.
NTU and Schaeffler set up joint lab to develop smart mobility devices
The lab will develop innovative personal transport solutions for a safer and faster ride.
NTU adds Russian and the Singapore Sign Language to its unique language offerings
This meets the growing demand of students and brings the number of Asian and European languages offered in NTU to 14.