A cool solution for hot devices
A new innovation from researchers led by Nanyang Asst Prof Hortense Le Ferrand prevents high-power devices from overheating.Published on 13 Sep 2023
How liver disease leads to cardiovascular disease
NTU researchers discover why liver disease patients have a higher risk of developing cardiovascular disease.Published on 25 Jul 2023
Reading into negative reviews
Assoc Prof Trevor Yu's research reveals that individuals focus more on negative company reviews than positive ones.Published on 17 Jul 2023
NTU Singapore and Volvo unveil world’s first full size, autonomous electric bus
Nanyang Technological University, Singapore and Volvo Buses have launched the world’s first full size, autonomous electric bus. The bus is 12 metres long and has a full capacity close to 80 passengers.
The Volvo 7900 Electric bus is equipped with numerous sensors and navigation controls managed by a comprehensive artificial intelligence (AI) system. Ensuring maximum safety and reliability, the AI system is also protected with industry-leading cybersecurity measures to prevent unwanted cyber intrusions.
NTU President Professor Subra Suresh, said, “This fully autonomous electric bus will play a role in shaping the future of public transportation that is safe, efficient, reliable and comfortable for all commuters. It will soon be tested on the NTU Smart Campus, which has been home to a number of innovations as a living testbed for technologies that impact the human condition and the quality of life.
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This robot catches grandma before she falls
The mobile robot balance assistant, called “Mr Bah,” can sense when elderly people lose their balance.
Spaces that improve mental health
Assoc Prof Georgios Christopoulos designs intelligent mood-boosting environments for work and play.Published on 04 Sep 2023
Digging in the dirt to uncover clues of the past
Asst Prof Ivy Yeh understands ancient health conditions and the origins of modern civilisation.Published on 28 Aug 2023
Making education more inclusive
Prof Kenneth Poon finds ways to better support children with special needs in the classroom.Published on 25 Aug 2023
The international relations specialist
Leading social sciences and humanities research in a complex world.Published on 07 Sep 2023
Gearing up to meet future needs
NTU researchers in fields from medicine to learning sciences have won competitive grants to tackle future challenges.Published on 03 Apr 2023