Scientists at Singapore’s Nanyang Technological University have developed a ‘fabric’ that turns human motion into electricity and might be put into clothing or wearable electronics to power portable devices.
e-inStar, an in-house developed mobile application, can monitor the manufacturing and cross-border delivery of student residence modules constructed on the Mainland during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The government is enhancing its digital leadership by making a ground-breaking pledge to connect the 2.9 billion people who are currently offline and unconnected around the globe.
A team of researchers have joined forces to develop an AI tool to enhance the maintenance of marine structures impacted by corrosion and will explore better ways to repair ageing marine structures.
The Philippines’ DoST is funding the development of an uninterruptible power supply and a paper-based device to assist small and medium-sized businesses in measuring the health content of their beverages.