Celebrating 30 years of momentous achievements
NTU’s 30th anniversary marks a history of sparking innovative ideas and addressing global challenges. Since its inauguration in 1991, NTU has been home to an exceptional community of faculty, students and staff who have helped propel the university to excellence. To celebrate our birthday year we have created a digital time capsule that contains a collection of 30 past and present memories contributed by members of the NTU community. Sealed on 9 December 2021 to commemorate NTU’s momentous achievements, the time capsule will be opened in 2041 at NTU’s Golden Jubilee. View the artefacts at NTU’s 30th anniversary exhibition, which is now open to public, or visit the time capsule website to learn more about the university’s milestone moments.Read more
15-year manifesto for sustainability
As Singapore moves towards COVID-19 resilience, the OneNTU community is adopting the #ResilientSG Pledge as part of the University’s ongoing Resilient Campus approach in remaining vigilant and agile, as we navigate the unprecedented challenges brought about by the pandemic.
Some conquer on land, others underwater, for thrills and spills like no other. These three athletes from NTU are making waves here and abroad in less mainstream underwater sports.
Engineer, doctor, banker, artist… you probably know someone in one of these jobs. But how much do you know about a fraud investigator, an urban farmer, a flavour scientist and a white hat hacker?
Scientists from NTU Singapore, MIT, City University of Hong Kong and South Korea discover that diamonds can be stretched by up to 9% without breaking.
With MRT station stops in the mini city of NTU, students of the future can hop from train to class.
With the construction of two MRT stations on campus starting soon, Andrew Duffy wonders what – and how – we should name them.
Just like many of us, these grads dreamt of an expat life beyond our borders. Here’s how they made it happen and have continued to thrive in pandemic times.
NTU, a haven of wildlife, brings friends of all stripes and species. An NTU primatologist sheds light on what to do when macaques get a little too close for comfort.
These are challenging times as you toggle between the physical and virtual realms for lessons, projects and discussions. What gear do you need for that seamless grab-and-go experience, wherever you are?