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Smart and cost-effective green solution to safeguard our environment

A pair of Year 4 Engineering Science Programme (ESP) students, Messrs Lim Zeming and Tan Yan Han, participated in the inaugural Climate Innovation Challenge from 12 to 14 August 2016. Jointly organised by the Building and Construction Authority (BCA), JTC and National Climate Change Secretariat (NCCS), Strategy Group, the three-day hackathon - which is opened to the public- saw some 32 teams brainstormed and proposed new ideas that would help enhance innovation and sustainability in non-residential buildings and outdoor spaces.
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Engineering an innovative transport system for sustainable future mobility

A group of NUS Engineering students from the Engineering Science Programme is participating in the Land Transport Authority (LTA) Engineering Challenge for Sustainable Future Mobility. The competition aims to build up Singapore’s engineering talent pool by encouraging innovation, creativity and engineering skills among tertiary students and Engineering professionals to co-create projects to help create an attractive and robust land transport network.
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Associate Professor Ho Ghim Wei receives grant of $3.08 Million from Ministry of National Development (MND)

Engineering Science Programme Associate, A/Prof Ho Ghim Wei has been granted $3.08 million from MND for her reasearch project entitled Hybrid Reflective, Catalytic and Pyroelectric Nanocomposite for Holistic Solar Heat Gain, Air Quality and Energy Sustainability Solution
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Recipients of the IES Prestigious Engineering Achievement Awards 2016

Engineering Science Programme students - Messrs Au Khai Xiang, Balamuniappan Pranesh and Kwek Wen Lin - under the supervision of Associate Professor Anjam Khursheed, Associate Professor Chua Kian Jon Ernest, Dr Md Raisul Islam, and Mr Nelliyan Karuppiah, received the IES Prestigious Engineering Award 2016 for their project titled ‘Smart White Cane’ that caters to the needs of the visually impaired.
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