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Tertiary institutions expand programmes to grow talent, research in food security | Video

To let talent and ideas sprout so Singapore can meet its target to produce 30 per cent of its nutritional needs by 2030, Nanyang Polytechnic will launch a course on Post-Harvest Technology next year, while Republic Polytechnic is setting up an urban agriculture hub. Deborah Wong with more.

Tertiary institutions expand programmes to grow talent, research in food security | Video

28 Oct 2019 12:36am
To let talent and ideas sprout so Singapore can meet its target to produce 30 per cent of its nutritional needs by 2030, Nanyang Polytechnic will launch a course on Post-Harvest Technology next year, while Republic Polytechnic is setting up an urban agriculture hub. Deborah Wong with more.

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