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  1. Pathlight students at Apple's coding programme launch

    Everyone can code: Apple, Pathlight collaborate to deepen students' coding literacy

    Apart from Pathlight, Apple will also work with two universities - SUTD and RMIT Online - to launch app development and augmented reality courses ...
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    SUTD introduces Singapore’s first undergraduate research programme

  3. PM Lee at SUTD dialogue

    Good design thinking 'critical' in transforming Singapore again: PM Lee

    Speaking at the Singapore University of Technology and Design’s first Ministerial Forum on Thursday (Apr 5), Mr Lee also noted that there are many ...
  4. Keysight

    SUTD opens S$10m advanced manufacturing lab

  5. Bus Stop Clementi

    LTA, SUTD set up new Transport Research Centre to address challenges

    The LTA-SUTD TRC will be the fourth of such bodies established by the Government in partnership with Singapore’s local universities.
  6. File photo of students taking their seats for the diploma ceremony at Harvard University in Cambrid

    Commentary: The relentless pursuit of university rankings is creating a two-track system

    University rankings don’t seem to benefit graduates and can have adverse implications for academic staff, argue Singapore Management University’s ...
  7. SUTD exterior 4

    SUTD concludes 7-year partnership with MIT

    Both institutions will continue to partner in research though.
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    Living life to the fullest: University students with special needs

    Amid the nationwide push to be a more inclusive society, local varsities are ramping up their support for students with special needs.
  9. New Content Item

    SUTD renews partnership with Eastern Health Alliance

    First launched in 2013, the partnership has led to the funding of 13 projects worth S$2.2 million and the filing of three patents.
  10. chinese new year 2017 chinatown

    Security to be stepped up at Chinese New Year celebrations in Chinatown

    A total of 40 concrete barriers, each weighing a tonne, will be put up to stem vehicular flow during key events.