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​NTU students give nod to napping on campus

Published on: 13-Sep-2018

​A team of NTU students taking entrepreneurship as a minor was given six months to create their own business venture and came up with the idea to solve a problem that many students face in Singapore: a lack of sleep. Led by 24-year-old Bill Pung Tuck Weng, a fourth-year renaissance engineering student, the intrepid team tapped $15,000 in NTU grants to secure a new rest pod which has been sitting in the Lee Wee Nam Library since Aug 29. They will monitor how users respond to the pod over the next one to two months and work with the library to see if it can become a permanent fixture. At the end of the study, the team will meet the school administration to discuss whether more pods can be installed in NTU.

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