Bertil Andersson


Nanyang Technological University



In 2016, Andersson received a Singapore National Academy of Science Fellowship and the prestigious President’s Science and Technology Award for leading Singapore’s Nanyang Technological University to greater heights as its president, and for building up the city-nation into a global R&D hub.

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  • 2016 President's Science and Technology Award

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