Behind China’s Boom In Bitcoin Carbon Emissions

Without stringent regulations, China's Bitcoin mining emissions could surpass the annual emissions of several European countries by 2024.

Harnessing Solar Energy From The Sea

Set to produce over six million kilowatt-hours of energy per year, Sunseap Group’s floating solar farm in Singapore is one of the largest in the world.

Meet The World’s Fastest Random Number Generator

Don't be fooled by its tiny size—a new laser can generate 254 trillion random numbers per second.

Philippines’ Maya-2 Nanosatellite Takes Flight

The successful launch of the Maya-2 nanosatellite is set to further boost the Philippines' space ambitions and capacity for data-driven agricultural research.

How Social Isolation Drove People Online

Increased isolation during COVID-19 has led to a surge in online messaging and social media use among Singapore residents, according to a nationwide study.

India Lays The Foundations For Green Energy Megapark

Set to be the size of Singapore once completed, India’s green energy megapark will produce a whopping 30 gigawatts of renewable energy.

A Deep Dive On Deepfakes

Telling fact from fiction may be harder than you think—a new study from Singapore has found that even people aware of deepfakes have inadvertently shared them online.

Fugaku Boosts Singapore’s Supercomputing Resources

A new collaboration will soon allow Singapore-based researchers to directly access Japan’s Fugaku—the world’s fastest supercomputer.

Japan’s Fugaku Keeps Crown As World’s Fastest Supercomputer

Named after Japan’s highest peak, Fugaku lived up to its reputation as the world’s most powerful supercomputer by leading the TOP500 rankings—again.