Pharmaceutical engineers work behind the scenes and play a crucial role in the entire journey of pharmaceutical drugs we rely on.
SITizens recognised for creating value in their IWSP companies by improving workflow processes
Physiotherapy graduates Joyce Foo (left) and Valora Wong are both advocates of lifelong learning and champions of mid-career switches. They are ready to pursue their passions and make a difference in patients' lives.
From an intern to a full-time employee and now, a team lead; the IWSP experience fast-tracked the career path of this SITizen.
In this final instalment of a three-part series, we put the spotlight on a SITizen who made a remarkable contribution to his IWSP company through machine vision technology.
SITizens created value for their IWSP companies by optimising and automating workflow processes.
Exemplifying the SITizen-DNA trait of ‘Catalysts for Transformation’ are four winners of the inaugural T-Up Eagles Awards.
2021 has been dedicated by the Ministry of Social and Family Development as the Year of Celebrating SG Women. We take a look at two initiatives involving SIT that support women’s development.
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