Associate Professor Wee Seng Kwee and fellow researchers are on a mission to help patients with severe spinal cord injury regain functional mobility.
The comprehensive study, which assesses the quality of stroke survivors’ physical activity, offers insights into how factors such as fatigue, sleep and social interaction can impact the quality of life and care for these patients.
Co-designed with stroke survivors, MOTIVATE is a multisector collaborative initiative for stroke recovery led by the Singapore Institute of Technology
Cognitive remediation expert A/Prof Tan Bhing Leet was recently awarded the 2023 Connie Lieber Science to Practice Award for Cognitive Remediation in Psychiatry.
Associate Professor Cesar Jung-Harada immerses the public in ocean technology with a residency at ArtScience Museum.
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.
Armed with a Postgraduate Diploma in Sonography, Florence Tan is ready for advanced clinical practice and leadership.
He’s a thinker. He’s a tinkerer.
A collaboration between the Singapore Institute of Technology and local startup SideStroem Water Technologies to optimise lab-scale nanofiltration-type forward osmosis membranes ...