Making hearing checks easy and accessible for seniors

Professor William Hal Martin, Director of the Master of Science (Audiology) Programme at NUS Medicine’s Department of Otolaryngology and his team of hearing experts from NUS, National University Hospital and Singapore General Hospital, is developing innovative ways to bring accurate, reliable and cost-effective hearing screening services into the community so that seniors can access them easily.

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Scientists reveal mystery of superbug evolution

Assistant Professor John Chen and his research team have found a new way in which bacteria evolve, one which they believe is at least 1,000 times more efficient than any currently known ways.

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Combined effort by healthcare students and professionals to screen and educate Jurong residents

About 680 volunteers and staff from secondary and tertiary schools, hospitals and healthcare organisations in Singapore came together on 13 and 14 October to provide free comprehensive health screening and education for residents in Jurong.

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NUS launches Graduate Diploma in Community Health Nursing

New modular framework helps working nurses to gain formal qualifications and develop deeper, future-ready skills in nursing.

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President's Science and Technology Awards 2018

Congratulations Professor Judith Swain and Associate Professor Lim Kah Leong for clinching the 2018 President’s Science and Technology Medal and the Team Award respectively.

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NUS Medicine – Home of the IFG 2018 Championship

Congratulations to the NUS Medicine Inter-Faculty Games 2018 athletes on winning the championship and bringing home the Tan Eng Chye Challenge Trophy.

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NUS Medical Grand Challenge 2018

Over the past year, the students from the NUS Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine (NUS Medicine) and their counterparts from the Business, Computing, Engineering, Dentistry, and Science faculties have gone through interdisciplinary boot camps to develop and refine their proposed solutions and prototypes to a number of healthcare problems. The students, grouped into 14 teams, are taking part in the second edition of the Medical Grand Challenge, which was launched last year.

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