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Chen received the 2021 President’s Science Award for his contributions to advancing soft bioelectronics with the potential to digitalize the human senses.
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2021 President’s Science Award
Singapore has recognized five researchers with the 2021 President’s Science and Technology Awards for pushing the country's frontiers in biomedicine and engineering.
A team of scientists in Singapore has developed a customizable supercapacitor that can be used as a power source for wearable devices.
Asia has set ambitious renewable energy targets for itself but is still missing one crucial piece of the puzzle—ways to store power from intermittent renewable sources. Could homegrown technologies fill the gap?
Scientists have developed a nanotube-based battery that can be charged for 6,000 cycles, extending its lifetime to twenty years.
Wearable electronics of the future could be powered by self-healing capacitors developed at NTU, which retain up to 85 percent of their electrical performance even after being cut five times.