2014 is the 85th Anniversary of our Science Faculty. The Faculty of Science (FoS) is pleased and proud to celebrate this with the whole University family and especially the many for whom 2014 is also very special. There is something for everyone: reunions, open houses, conferences and symposiums, exhibitions and celebration. Find out More.
The team of Asst/Prof Andrivo Rusydi from the National University of Singapore has solved a long standing mystery in the physics of condensed matter. Using Singapore Synchrotron Light Source of National University of Singapore and DESY's bright research light sources, they have opened a new door to better solar cells, novel superconductors and smaller hard-drives. Find out more.
A research collaboration between Asst Prof Andrivo Rusydi and collaborators from Nanyang Technological University and Chinese Academy of Sciences, China have discovered that La0.7Sr0.3MnO3 (LSMO) ultra-thin films exhibit the ability to conduct electricity in a certain direction when it is placed under tensile strain conditions at low temperatures. Find out more.
Congratulations to Prof Sow Chorng Haur, Prof Chowdari BVR, A/Prof Phil Chan, Asst/Prof Andrew Anthony Bettiol, Dr. Lu Junpeng, Dr. Yeo Ye, Dr. M.V. Reddy and Dr. Lim Xiaodai Sharon who have mentored the winning school projects at the recent Singapore Science and Engineering Fair (SSEF) 2014. Find out more.
Congratulations to Dr M V Reddy and Prof Sow Chorng Haur for receiving the "Inspiring Research Mentor Award 2014" from NUS High school. They strive to cultivate the spirit of inquiry in students who are interested in science and gives inspirational mentoring to NUS High school students for their research projects.
The exhibition is opened to NUS community. Hope to see you there! At University Hall, Level 2, LinkBridge, 11 April 2014 (Fri), 8am ~ 4pm. Read poster.