For making low-cost, efficient lighting possible, LED pioneers and Nobel laureates Isamu Akasaki and Shuji Nakamura were awarded the world’s most prestigious engineering prize.
Catch Nobel Laureate Brian Schmidt as he discusses how technology can help universities respond to COVID-19 and students prepare for an uncertain future.
2018 Nobel laureate Tasuku Honjo has refuted any link to social media posts that claim the SARS-CoV-2 virus was 'man-made' or 'invented' in a lab.
Professor Akira Yoshino created the first commercially viable lithium ion battery in 1985.
For their pioneering contributions to the engineering community, Professors Shuji Nakamura, Wu Jian-Ping, Paik Jeom Kee and Toh Chai Keong were elected as International Fellows of The Royal Academy of Engineering.
Professor Konstantin Novoselov is the first Nobel laureate to be recruited by a Singapore university and will lead a research group working on intelligent materials.
Known for his sharp wit, visionary thinking and versatility, Brenner made many seminal contributions to molecular biology over the course of a seven-decade career.
The sole winner of the 1987 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine, Professor Susumu Tonegawa helped discover the genetic basis for antibody diversity. Today, he is spearheading research in neuroscience, seeking the biological mechanisms of memory.