The Earth Observatory of Singapore (EOS) at Nanyang Technological University (NTU Singapore) has received S$2 million to set up a postgraduate scholarship fund, to boost research in earth sciences.

This S$2 million endowment comes from a S$1 million gift from the Stephen Riady Group of Foundations, which will receive one-to-one government matching.

Read more: NTU’s Earth Observatory of Singapore receives $2 million scholarship


Jordan Liang’s role at BCA has allowed him to highlight useful technologies that clients may not be familiar with. — TODAY pic

SINGAPORE, July 7 — Senior engineer Vincent Lim, 35, was drawn to a career with the Housing and Development Board (HDB) because of the opportunity to participate in research and development. After two years in the private sector, he joined HDB in 2008.

Read more: Meet the engineers making their green mark on Singapore’s concrete jungle


Singapore is heeding the call for nations to step up against climate change. The country has declared an ambitious plan to reduce carbon emissions and has submitted its proposal to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change. (Photo: Leonid Yaitskiy | Flickr)

Singapore has joined the bandwagon of countries committed to cut carbon emissions as part of the global effort of nations against climate change. The ambitious plan of the country involves halting further carbon emissions by 2030 and being a greener nation economically.

Read more: Singapore Steps Up With Ambitious Plan To Cut Carbon Emissions


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