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  1. People walk by an almost empty street during a workday following the implementation of stricter soc

    Commentary: Everything a post-lockdown new normal needs we haven't thought about enough

    Rethinking how we live and work might just keep the community and economy healthy, says Daniel Flitton.
  2. Woman walking

    Commentary: How to walk more in our busy lives

    The more access people have to local facilities, job opportunities, and public transport, the more they walk, says two experts.
  3. Meet the recipients of Singapore's highest honours for research scientists and engineers | Video
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    Meet the recipients of Singapore's highest honours for research scientists and engineers | Video

    Two teams and an individual received The President's Science and Technology Awards handed out by President Halimah Yacob on Thursday (Oct 17). The ...
  4. Tourists shield themselves with umbrellas on a hot day at the Merlion Park in Singapore

    Commentary: How to make cities more walkable

    To make cities more walkable, city planners and leaders need to understand the factors that influence our journeys, Professor Ruth Dalton at ...
  5. (sl) Egypt's new capital

    Commentary: Egypt builds a new capital, a chance to design an inclusive city

    History offers lessons for building an inclusive and egalitarian city that the Middle Eastern country should take into account, say two urban ...
  6. A man and his grandchild walk on the street at Tokyo's Sugamo district

    Commentary: Managing shrinking cities in an expanding world

    Depopulation and deurbanisation in numerous cities are becoming serious problems for which there are no good solutions, say three urban planning ...