Cognitive remediation expert A/Prof Tan Bhing Leet was recently awarded the 2023 Connie Lieber Science to Practice Award for Cognitive Remediation in Psychiatry.
Triple threat trio from SIT Physiotherapy are proud SEA Games medallists.
Singapore Institute of Technology’s Vice President (Applied Research), A/Prof Susanna Leong, shares some insights in the importance of food science and technology and how the university is driving research in these key areas.
Through applied research and industry collaboration, researchers at the Singapore Institute of Technology address sustainability and circularity issues in the key sectors of food, chemical and biotechnology.
From an intern to a full-time employee and now, a team lead; the IWSP experience fast-tracked the career path of this SITizen.
Associate Professor Cesar Jung-Harada immerses the public in ocean technology with a residency at ArtScience Museum.
To commemorate Earth Day on 22 April, we put the spotlight on the ubiquitous Bloobox, a recycling receptacle designed and created by three SIT students in collaboration with the National Environment Agency.
The programme serves as a framework for collaboration between partners to scale smart solutions, with several MOUs inked with UOB, TMCC, Wanxiang Blockchain and its partners, and dConstruct Robotics.
Fuelled by the desire to support allied health professionals, Associate Professor Karina Dancza from the Health and Social Sciences Cluster drew on her experience as an ...
Climate change and depleting natural resources have pushed the energy sector, both globally and in Singapore, to embrace more sustainable technologies and practices.