Engineering News

Pursuing her love for Engineering

03 May 2016

Find out what made Diploma in Engineering Systems' (DES) gold medallist Nurfarzana Saini apply for the course three years ago.

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His ‘disability’ helps him excel in mathematics

03 May 2016

Autism did not stop Diploma in Aerospace Electronics graduate Lionel Lee from pursuing his passion.

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Proving her abilities in Mechatronics

03 May 2016

An inspiring lecturer and the 'fun' lessons in the Diploma in Mechatronics and Robotics course allowed Nur Irza Tutty Roslan to discover her passion. Click to find out more.

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SP students behind biochip that speeds up detection of deadly viruses

17 Mar 2016

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They find new life after family deaths

16 Mar 2016

Despite personal tragedies in life, both Lim Bo Zhi and Vishnucharan Naidu managed to achieve success academically and made efforts to give back to the community. They were also SP's Model Student Award recipients.

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Future of robots expected to be as early as 10 years: Expert

14 Mar 2016

News clip mentioned SP’s Robotics and Maker Academy, a collaboration between the Infocomm Development Agency (IDA) and SP, where primary and secondary school students can learn to build robots. Dr Zhou Changjiu, Centre Director of SP’s Advanced Robotics and Intelligent Control Centre, opined that the academy equips students with programming skills and an appreciation of robotics that will help develop Singapore’s ‘Smart Nation’ programme. Similar story was reported in Channel 8 News.

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SP Engineering Show

25 Jan 2016

Half page article featured SP’s Engineering Show 2016, noting that a total of 110 projects by 400 final-year engineering students were on display. The article featured three projects: (A) automated wheelchair ramp, (b) MOM card scanning machine and the (c) modifiable geriatric chair, and interviewed the project groups on their motivations and takeaways from undertaking their projects.

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Singapore Polytechnic students’ final year project to help the less fortunate

25 Jan 2016

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Engineering real-life solutions

22 Jan 2016

Article featured extensive coverage of SP’s Engineering Show 2016, highlighting three projects, (a) Pest Controller’s Assistant, (b) Sun Gauntlet, and (c) Automated Wheelchair Ramp. The article noted that the Engineering Show gives SP’s final year engineering students an opportunity to showcase their projects to students, staff, industry visitors and the public, demonstrating their ‘tech-readiness’ in an era where technological innovation is valued. Similar article carried on TNP Online, featuring a video of how the Pest Controller’s Assistant UAV works.

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Students develop smooth way for wheelchair users to enter flats

22 Jan 2016

Article featured SP’s Engineering Show 2016 focusing on five Diploma in Aeronautical Engineering students who developed an automated wheelchair ramp designed to make it easier for the elderly and disabled to enter HDB units which have steps at the entrance. The article also noted another project involving a drone that can aid pest controllers destroy bee hives. Similar article carried on ST Online, featuring a video of how the automated wheelchair ramp works.

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S’pore Poly students’ ideas set for takeoff with Boeing

07 Jan 2016

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Poly students’ ideas may feature in future Boeing aircraft

07 Jan 2016

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SP students design improvements to Boeing planes

06 Jan 2016

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S’pore Polytechnic students’ inventions patented by Boeing

06 Jan 2016

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Local innovations take flight

06 Jan 2016

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S’pore Poly students’ ideas set for takeoff with Boeing

06 Jan 2016

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