National University of Singapore

Growing "green" electronics

NSU green article photo

NUS engineers have developed a breakthrough fabrication approach, a first for “transparent” conductors used in solar cells.

St. George's University

  • WINDREF Secures Nature Conservancy Grant

    The Windward Islands Research and Education Foundation will conduct laboratory water quality and foster community monitoring for water quality improvement plan. 

The University of Scranton

  • A New Way of Thinking

    University of Scranton young engineers’ focus on sustainable energy benefits local and global communities. 

James Cook University

  • Can conservation lead to more chocolate?

    Researchers at James Cook University are looking at how native animals might increase cocoa production and reduce insecticide use in tropical forests near Daintree National Park.

National University of Singapore

University of Roehampton

  • Experts study parkour orang-utans

    No doubt orangutans move around in a very different way to humans, but when it comes to climbing or jumping, people adopt some of the similar methods as their great ape cousins, a new study has found.

The University of Hong Kong

  • Madagascar’s Menagerie Floated From Africa

    Madagascar is home to a ‘bizarre’ repository of creatures, many found nowhere else on Earth. But how they arrived on the island has baffled scientists for centuries. Now, new research seems to confirm the theory that they rafted there.