The Joint Genome Institute’s (JGI) highly competitive Community Science Program has recently awarded project approval to Assistant Professor Adriana Lopes dos Santos of the Asian School of the Environment (ASE) for a new research venture on unicellular green algae.
In their latest research, Assistant Professor Rupshi Mitra, Dr Akshaya Hegde and Shruti Suresh of Team Resilieo delve into the applications of environmental enrichment as a curative approach.
With the help of several computers, the internet, and 285 undergraduate students, Assistant Professor Marek Mutwil’s data-sequencing project has opened up a whole new realm of possibilities in the field of antibiotic research.
Impact of climate and land use change override natural history in influence on forest ecosystems, global study shows
Global climatic and land-use changes are the factors that most strongly influence change in terrestrial ecosystems today, shows a recent global study published in Nature Communications co-authored by ASE researchers Dr Kenny Png and Professor David Wardle.
Our warmest congratulations to Associate Professor Kimberly Kline and Dr Fedor Duzhin for winning the John Cheung Social Media Award for their innovative use of social media in teaching.
ASE undergrad Alexis Goh Regional Winner in The Global Undergraduate Awards 2020 with CN Yang wildlife camera trap study
Congratulations to ASE undergraduate Ms. Alexis Goh, who has been recognized by the Global Undergraduate Awards 2020 as a Highly Commended entrant and Regional winner for Asia in the Earth & Environmental Sciences category!
Our warmest congratulations to Professor Tan Choon Hong, Chair of the School of Physical and Mathematical Sciences on his conferment as Fellow of the Singapore National Academy of Science.
The College of Science is proud to announce that 12 students from CoS have been recognised at the 2020 Global Undergraduate Awards, with 2 Regional Winners and 10 Highly Commended entrants.
Founding Dean of SPMS Prof Lee Soo Ying appointed Professor Emeritus, Prof Sum Tze Chien appointed as new IAS Director
Professor Lee Soo Ying, has been conferred the lifelong honorary appointment of Professor Emeritus, and will be retiring as Director of the Institute of Advanced Studies (IAS).
Our warmest congratulations to Professor Kerry Sieh, who has been awarded Professor Emeritus status! In a Professor Installation Ceremony that took place before the NTU President’s State of the University Address on 15 September, four retired NTU Professors, of which two are from the CoS, were conferred this honour. Professor Kerry Sieh retired after ten years as director of the Earth Observatory of Singapore (EOS) in January this year.