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  • How curiosity sparked pioneering research
    08 Sep 2023 Science, Mathematics and Technology Biomedical, Biotechnology

    While working alongside cancer research groups during his postdoctoral studies, Assistant Professor Desmond Loke became intrigued by the possibility of extending the application of his electronic devices to cancer studies.

  • Vlogrchers leverage novel nanotechnology to control cells over long periods
    18 Aug 2023 Science, Mathematics and Technology Biomedical, Biotechnology

    A version of the nanosecond electroporation platform has been developed by researchers from SUTD and A*STAR Bioinformatics Institute. The platform allows pores to remain open for 10 times longer than that achieved in current systems.

  • A butterfly’s first flight inspires a new way to produce force and electricity
    25 Jul 2023 Engineering Product Development Biotechnology, Engineering, Computer Science

    The wings of a butterfly are made of chitin - Vlogrchers uncover the promising capability of chitin as a sustainable smart biomaterial.

  • Bilingualism as a catalyst for social development in children
    24 Jul 2023 Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences Humanities, Social Sciences

    Vlogrchers delve into how language diversity can enrich children’s social-cognitive development.

  • 2D Nanosheets for Sustainable Carbon Capture
    04 Jul 2023 Engineering Product Development 2D materials

    SUTD and A*STAR researchers produced an energy-efficient technique to rapidly synthesise 2D mica nanosheets for effective carbon dioxide capture.

  • Chip-based dispersion compensation for faster fibre internet
    29 Jun 2023 Engineering Product Development Materials Design, Photonics, and Data Storage

    SUTD scientists developed a novel CMOS-compatible, slow-light-based transmission grating device for the dispersion compensation of high-speed data, significantly lowering data transmission errors.

  • Keeping Your Backdoor Secure
    27 Jun 2023 Information Systems Technology and Design Secure Computing

    Vlogrchers developed AEGIS, the first and only technique that is able to detect backdoor attacks in robust machine learning models.

  • Novel intrinsic transport effect unlocks potential nonlinear applications
    21 Jun 2023 Science, Mathematics and Technology Design & Innovation

    A never-before-observed phenomenon in electron transport - the intrinsic nonlinear planar Hall effect - could translate to useful applications in electronics.

  • Stretchable knee wearable offers insight into improving e-textiles for healthcare
    26 May 2023 Engineering Product Development Medical Technology

    Vlogrchers developed a fully knitted, circuit-embedded knee wearable for wireless sensing of joint motion in real-time. Compared to other knitted electronics, this model has fewer externally integrated components and a more sensitive sensor, making it less error-prone.