The latest “NUS Greater Good Series” on 3 October, co-organised by the NUS Development Office and NUS Engineering, explored the challenges and opportunities in Singapore’s move towards becoming a Smart Nation, as well as NUS’ research efforts in tandem with this nationwide push.
Mr Brian Lee and Ms Christine Wong treated guests to insightful tips at the NUS Greater Good Forum titled GGF: Key strategies to financial success and happiness in your golden years.
Professors share plans on delaying frailty in the elderly community in Singapore.
Invited guests attended the first NUS Greater Good Forum (GGF) for a chance to hear the former NMP (Nominated Member of Parliament) speak about the importance of planning a will.
To gain insight into the exciting new science of microbiome, esteemed guests attended the Microbiome Charity Gala Dinner held on 29 June 2017 to hear world-renowned microbiologist, biochemist, marine biologist and TED Talk expert speaker Professor Jack Gilbert clear up modern society’s misunderstanding about dirt.
Functional versus non-functional. Organic versus non-organic. Knowing what you are eating and where your food comes from has become more imperative than ever. Experts addressed some of the pressing questions
The recent NUS Greater Good Series Age Well Every Day event explored perspectives from the East and the West on preventing cognitive decline without drugs.
“Millennials, involvement and community engagement” was the topic of discussion at the recent National University of Singapore (NUS) Greater Good Series event featuring Mr Hsieh Fu Hua, Chairman of the NUS Board of Trustees and Dr Tan Lai Yong, inaugural Toh Chin Chye Fellow and Senior Lecturer at the NUS College of Alice and Peter […]
At the NUS Greater Good Series event titled “My journey with Alibaba”, Mr James Sheng, Co-founder and SVP of the Alibaba Group, shared his personal story.
“Paying it forward”, the latest in the Greater Good Series events organised by the National University of Singapore (NUS), brought to life the concept of the circle of giving through donor and recipient stories.