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Students benefit from SP's internship programmes with top universities.
The Straits Times 26 Feb 2011 - Final-year SP student shared her views on plastic surgery.
SP Games Resource Centre, which creates digital products for mainly SMEs,
has helped legal counsel consultant Chan Li Chin to produce a digital book for children.
SP students set up their own stalls at the annual SP Entrepreneurship Bazaar for the
second year running.
A survey by SP students on privacy and online security last June, which polled 800 people aged 15 to 35, revealed that nearly 7 in 10 have been on the receiving end of cyberbullying.
Contest made possible under the SP Go Inspire initiative which allows students to propose and implement ideas to support a cause of their choice.
SP electrical and electronic engineering students invented a voice-controlled wheelchair that can move according to spoken instructions. The wheelchair will move in different directions based on voice commands in three languages English, Mandarin and Japanese.
SP students created 23 projects for elderly and were handed over to 15 beneficiaries yesterday.
SP student and a member of the Ultimate Exerciser said that since they were doing a project, they thought it might as well improve the lives of the disabled.
SP final-year aeronautical engineering students created a device to help stroke patients
rehabilitate to recovery. The article also mentioned that some projects were donated to Khoo Teck Puat Hospital, St Luke Hospital, All Saints Home and KK Women and Children Hospital.
2013 News Archive