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Singapore Polytechnic has invented the world's first biaxial bio-reactor that can "tailor-make" new bones.
SP's Centre for Applications in Environmental Technology partners PUM Group to find ways of recycling waste glass in a safer and quieter manner.
SP invested $150,000 to set up The Retail Place on campus so as to allow students to have hands-on experience.
SP student, Jasmine Yeong-Nathan, will represent Singapore to face defending champion Ann-Maree Putney and European champion Zara Glover in the AMF Bowling World Cup in Mexico.
After one year, Singapore Polytechnic's Food Innovation and Resource Centre (FIRC) has found a new way to prolong the freshness of food products such as chee cheong fun.
SIRC@ SP offers services to help entrepreneurs and SMEs to effectively adopt infocomm technology in their businesses.
The University of Manchester and SP jointly launched a new two-year Bachelor of Science with Honours in Optometry degree programme as part of the government's efforts to raise standards of opticians and optometrists in Singapore.
A five-member team from Singapore Poly clinched the top prize for local category at the 5th International Marketing competition organised by the Chartered Institute of Marketing (CIMS).
A food club set up by Singapore Poly students have recruited more than 400 members
Senior Parliamentary Secretary for Ministry of the Environment and Water Resources, Dr Amy Khor said with the current financial turmoil, companies should look at increasing energy efficiency to save costs.
The future hospital ward will have a LCD monitor where a patient can call the nurse or turn on the lights via the touch screen function.
The author listed ways to encourage maritime interest in the younger generation and he mentioned how Singapore Maritime Academy at SP plays the role of engaging and cultivating interests in students through the different activities.
Seven students from Singapore Polytechnic’s School of Business took part in the Students in Free Enterprise (SIFE) project called Mission Sevapur and it received fourth placing in the competition.
SP students and staff created an artificial reef and underwater garden in 2002 and 2004 respectively.
The article introduced SP's new diploma in engineering with business and also mentioned that the poly will launch new courses in creative writing for TV and new media, and nutrition, health and wellness.
CEO of Al-Qiblah International Consultants, Ustaz Azmi Abdul Samad, attended the workshop oganised by the SME Infocomm Resource Centre.
TSP student Lim Junry, was among 168 youths to be awarded the gold National Youth Achievement Award.