Events

Congratulations to the winners of the inaugural #CoSScienceart Competition!

Congratulations to the winners of the inaugural #CoSScienceart Competition!

Announcing the winners of the #CoSScienceArt Competition!

Held from 21st October to 13th December 2019, students, staff and faculty of CoS were invited to create original, science-inspired artworks.

The winners were presented a prize by the Dean of Science, Professor Simon Redfern, at CoS Day 2020. Read more

NTU Maths student Jamie Yeng's experience at the University Scholars Leadership Symposium

NTU Maths student Jamie Yeng’s experience at the University Scholars Leadership Symposium

Yeng Jia Wen, Jamie, represented School of Physical and Mathematical Sciences (SPMS) at the 10th University Scholars Leadership Symposium (USLS). From inspiring keynote speakers to giving back to the society, Jamie gives us a glimpse into her rewarding experience in KL. Read more

Meet WorldSkills Singapore gold medalist, Ng Zi Xuan!

Meet WorldSkills Singapore gold medalist, Ng Zi Xuan!

Ng Zi Xuan, currently a fourth year Chemistry and Biological Chemistry (CBC) undergraduate in the School of Physical and Mathematical Sciences (SPMS), won the Gold medal in Chemical Laboratory Technology at WorldSkills Singapore 2018. She went on to represent Singapore in the WorldSkills Competition in Kazan, Russia in August 2019. We spent some time with Zi Xuan where she generously shared her WorldSkills experience… Read more

Congratulations to Ankur Sharma for winning the runner-up position in the Present Around the World (PATW) – Asia Pacific Finals 2019!

Congratulations to Ankur Sharma for winning the runner-up position in the Present Around the World (PATW) – Asia Pacific Finals 2019!

An SBS PhD student from Asst Prof Amartya Sanyal’s lab, Ankur represented Singapore to compete against the other representatives from Australia, New Zealand, Mainland China, Hong Kong, Malaysia, Brunei, Myanmar and Taiwan. His presentation on his research relating to explore the gene regulatory mechanisms of liver in different physiological and pathological conditions using mouse liver as a model eventually won him the honour. Read more

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