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Climate change address by PM Lee in National Day Rally speech - Prof Horton comments in Straits Times article
19 Aug 2019
Climate change was one of the future challenges that PM Lee addressed in his National Day Rally speech, and the Straits Times follow this up with an article on sea...
Tier 2 grant to Asst Prof Wei Shengji for study of megathrust ruptures close to Singapore
13 Aug 2019
Megathrust earthquakes are the most powerful and destructive earthquakes. These cataclysmic events cause the ground to shake and generate tsunamis, posing a great threat to society. When they wreak havoc...
Tier 2 grant to Assoc Prof Xianfeng Wang: Predicting future monsoon patterns through cave proxy of past rainfall variation
11 Aug 2019
It is hard to underestimate the importance of the Asian monsoon; the world’s largest weather system, affecting almost half of the world’s population, and the base of food security and...
Tier 1 grant to Dr Sylvain Rigaud – using microscopic sea creatures in corals to reconstruct past sea level change
07 Aug 2019
Sea level rise is one of the most critical effects of climate change in Singapore, and understanding past sea level variability is key to predicting the rate and magnitude at...
Bali field course commentary by ASE student Grace Tay published in Today Online
06 Aug 2019
Discovering Bali beyond the tourist attractions and resorts during ASE's 3 week long Introductory Field Course turned out to be an eye-opening experience for ASE student Grace Tan. She shares...
Tier 1 grant to Asst Prof Adriana Lopes for studying the marine ecology of Singapore waters
05 Aug 2019
Are you a fan of chili crab? Seafood is the basis of many of Singapore’s signature dishes, and what a privilege it is to be able to enjoy fresh, local...
Resilience to environmental change depends on mating strategy in Borneo dung beetles – new study by ASE Asst Prof Eleanor Slade
05 Aug 2019
Deforestation is a leading cause of species loss in the tropics. In an article published last week in the journal Ecology Letters, ASE Asst Prof Eleanor Slade and co-authors show...
Congratulations to our graduating students
01 Aug 2019
The second batch graduating as Bachelor of Environmental Earth System Science celebrated convocation yesterday. Our warmest congratulations to all our graduating students!
Global study of world’s most abundant creatures published today in Nature
25 Jul 2019
What is the most abundant animal on the planet? Some may guess mice, or perhaps ants. A simple Google search will give you the answer – it’s nematodes, small worms...
Prof Horton speaker at Partners for the Environment Forum
22 Jul 2019
Partners for the Environment (PFE) Forum is an annual event organized by the Ministry of the Environment and Water Resources. By bringing together key partners from the Private, People and...
Mechanisms of hydraulic fracturing induced seismicity inferred from seismic tomography
NTU first space science mission: The Atmospheric Coupling and Dynamics Explorer (ARCADE) micro-satellite
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