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    Drinking tea can help prevent dementia: NUS study

    Tea leaves contain bioactive compounds which can help protect the brain from vascular damage and neurodegeneration, according to a study released ...
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    Yellow taxis less likely to get into accidents: Study

    National University of Singapore researchers analysed data from ComfortDelgro's 16,700 taxis over three years.
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    Windy conditions on day of Tembusu tree accident 'not unusual': Met Service

    Data from the Meteorological Service Singapore showed that on Feb 11 at around the time the Tembusu tree toppled, the wind sensor at Paya Lebar ...
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    Singapore not meeting its air quality targets: Masagos

    According to figures in the past two years, Singapore fell short in meeting its targets for pollutants such as fine particulate matter (PM 2.5), ...
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    Commentary: Japan's civil society groups supporting refugee entrepreneurs despite govt reluctance

    Despite being one of the top donors to the UN refugee agency, Japan accepts very few asylum seekers, and provides little support for those who do ...
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    Singapore's S$134m bottled water addiction

    How did bottled water grow into a multimillion-dollar industry in a country with perfectly safe drinking water from the tap?
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    Support for death penalty high, but 'nuanced': NUS survey

    Seventy per cent of Singaporeans said they supported the death penalty in a survey led by the National University of Singapore's law faculty.
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    'Sky's the limit' in Singapore's bid to become a drone hub

    As public and private entities here continue to explore the use of unmanned aerial vehicles, observers predict a “rapid and astronomical growth” ...
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    To beat traffic jams, learn from the swarm

    An SUTD researcher says taking cars out of the hands of human drivers and using swarm intelligence tech can make road journeys smoother and safer.