National University of Singapore
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|Straits Settlements and Federated Malay States Government Medical School (1905–1921)|
King Edward VII College of Medicine (1921–1949)
University of Malaya, Singapore campus (1949–1962)
University of Singapore (1962–1980)
Nanyang University (1956–1980)
|Established||1905 (King Edward VII College of Medicine)|
6 August 1980 (National University of Singapore)
|Endowment||S$4.39 billion (2019)|
≈ US$ 3.15 billion
150 ha (0.58 sq mi)
|Colours||Orange and blue|
|Affiliations||IARU, Washington University in St. Louis McDonnell International Scholars Academy, etc.|
Notable organizations[change | change source]
- Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy - Named after Lee Kuan Yew
- Liberal arts - Yale NUS College (Operated with Yale University)
- Music - Yong Siew Toh Conservatory of Music
Scientific areas[change | change source]
|NUS High School of Mathematics and Science|
Sekolah Tinggi NUS bagi Matematik dan Sains
20 Clementi Avenue 1
|Motto||Experiment. Explore. Excel.|
|Established||1 January 2005|
|Student to teacher ratio||10:1|
|Houses||Fleming, Nobel, Fibonacci, Faraday|
|Colour(s)||Pantone 3272 Pantone 432 White|
|Affiliation||National University of Singapore|
|Duke University and NUS|
|Cancer Science Institute of Singapore||Since 15 October 2008, Cancer Science Institute (CSI) of Singapore is dedicated to investigating cancer.|
|Centre for Advanced 2D Materials||Established in 2014, the Centre for Advanced 2D Materials is dedicated to the study of two-dimensional (2D) materials such as graphene.|
|Centre of Healthcare Innovation and Medical Engineering||The Centre for Innovation in Healthcare (CIH) aims to develop and implement new models of health care.|
|Centre for Quantum Technologies||Since December 2007, the Centre for Quantum Technologies conducts research on quantum mechanics.|
|Centre For Remote Imaging, Sensing And Processing (CRISP)||This institute was established with funding from the Agency for Science, Technology & Research (A*STAR) of Singapore. CRISP aims research in optical and microwave remote sensing technology and applications.|
|Energy Studies Institute||The Energy Studies Institute conducts research on energy policies.|
|Institute for Mathematical Sciences||This institute was established on 1 July 2000 with startup funding from the Ministry of Education and NUS. It fosters various mathematical research.|
|Interactive And Digital Media Institute||The Institute explores commercially creative interactive media research.|
|Life Sciences Institute||The Life Sciences Institute (LSI) conducts research on biological approaches in human health and diseases.|
|Mechanobiology Institute (MBI)||MBI's scientific research is focused on the dynamical and mechanical aspects of biological functions.|
|Singapore Nuclear Research And Safety Initiative||The Singapore Nuclear Research and Safety Initiative (SNRSI) was made to concentrate expertise and knowledge in nuclear technology and safety.|
|Singapore Synchrotron Light Source (SSLS)||SSLS conducts research involving the use of synchrotron radiation. This includes micro/nanofabrication.|
|Solar Energy Research Institute Of Singapore (SERIS)||Since 2008, SERIS conducts research and development on solar energy technologies.|
|Temasek Laboratories||This laboratory was launched on 6 September 2000. They conduct research in selected areas of science and technology critical to Singapore's requirements. Their interests include aeronautics, electromagnetism and information security.|
|Tropical Marine Science Institute (TMSI)||TMSI undertakes research and development in tropical marine science as well as environmental science.|
Health care[change | change source]
- Duke-NUS Medical School - Medical school operated with Duke University
- Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine
- Public health - Saw Swee Hock School of Public Health
Campus[change | change source]
Alumni[change | change source]
Alumnus Goh Chok Tong, Singapore's second Prime Minister
Alumnus Tony Tan Keng Yam, Singapore's seventh President
Alumnus S. R. Nathan, Singapore's sixth and longest-serving President
Related pages[change | change source]
References[change | change source]
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