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Ambulance with automatic decontamination system among new vehicles unveiled by SCDF

Straits Times 15 Apr 2021
SINGAPORE - Paramedics ... These vehicles - which are the result of a collaboration between the SCDF, the Defence Science and Technology Agency,�and Singapore Technologies Engineering - will progressively replace the existing eight FCVs and five CVs in the fleet from July this year.
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Elise Hong becomes first woman to head Singapore precision engineering body

Straits Times 14 Apr 2021
SINGAPORE (THE BUSINESS TIMES) - The Singapore Precision Engineering & Technology Association (Speta), which serves the traditionally male-dominated industry, will now be led by a woman for the first time since its founding in 1982 ... In Singapore, the precision engineering industry ...
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Elise Hong first woman elected to helm precision engineering body

Straits Times 14 Apr 2021
A woman has taken the helm of the Singapore Precision Engineering & Technology Association (Speta) for the first time since the body was founded in 1982 ... She was elected as Singapore Precision Engineering & Technology Association chairman at its annual general meeting last week.
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Global investment drives research recruitment at Dyson

The Engineer 14 Apr 2021
In Singapore Dyson is recruiting 250 engineers over the next five years as its software and electronics engineering teams expand to support the development of connected and intelligent machines ... James Dyson, founder and chief engineer, said ... The post Global investment drives research recruitment at Dyson appeared first on The Engineer.
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KDD 2021 Data Science Conference Will Convene Aug. 14 - 18, 2021

The Philadelphia Tribune 14 Apr 2021
... Management University; Beng Chin Ooi, distinguished professor in the department of computer science, School of Computing at National University of Singapore; and Miao Chun Yan, chair and professor of the School of Computer Science and Engineering at Nanyang Technology University.
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Dyson looking to hire 250 engineers and scientists in Singapore over next 5 years

TheNewsHOOK 14 Apr 2021
Dyson looking to hire 250 engineers and scientists in Singapore over next 5 years ....
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Dyson plans to hire 250 more engineers and scientists in Singapore over next 5 years

TheNewsHOOK 14 Apr 2021
Dyson plans to hire 250 more engineers and scientists in Singapore over next 5 years ....
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Dyson to hire 250 engineers, scientists in S'pore over 5 years

Straits Times 13 Apr 2021
Singapore is housing Dyson's global headquarters and is a hub for its engineering teams, as well as commercial, advanced manufacturing and supply chain operations ... "Singapore is already our engineering and manufacturing centre as well as our global headquarters, with all the commercial and operational focus that it brings.
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Azimuthal Hybrid Drive System SYDRIVE-E for World’s 1st LNG Hybrid Tug

The Maritime Executive 13 Apr 2021
Singapore-based Sembcorp Marine relies on SCHOTTEL’s azimuthal hybrid drive system SYDRIVE-E for the world’s first liquefied natural gas (LNG) hybrid tug ... The tug’s future operation profile in the harbours of Singapore will demand highly variable power ranges.
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Why Does The Airbus A380 Have Such A Good Safety Record?

Simple Flying 13 Apr 2021
Qantas’s uncontained engine failure. The only two notable incidents that have involved A380s have both been uncontained engine failures. The first of these occurred in November 2010, when a Sydney-bound Qantas A380 suffered engine issues after departing from Singapore.
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NUS researchers create SmartFarm that taps water from air using new hydrogel

Straits Times 13 Apr 2021
SINGAPORE - Imagine being able to grow your plants with moisture from the air rather than from a tap. Researchers from the National University of Singapore (NUS) have created a prototype device known as a SmartFarm - a self-contained farming system which uses a new hydrogel as its main technology.
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NUS researchers create SmartFarm that can tap on water in the air with a new hydrogel

Straits Times 13 Apr 2021
SINGAPORE - Imagine being able to grow your plants with moisture from the air rather than from a tap. Researchers from the National University of Singapore (NUS) have created a prototype device known as a SmartFarm - a self contained farming system which uses a new hydrogel as its main technology.
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NUS team creates SmartFarm that uses new gel to tap water in the air

Straits Times 13 Apr 2021
Researchers from the National University of Singapore (NUS) have created a prototype device known as a SmartFarm - a self-contained farming system which uses a new hydrogel as its main technology ... He added that Singapore's humidity levels - which are usually well over 80 per cent - are uniquely suited for the hydrogel technology.
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