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SP was featured in 'Careers in Pharmaceuticals & Biologics' advertorial and spoke about its comprehensive range of diplomas and facilities for students interested to study in the field of life sciences.
Dr Low Peng Chum perfected the world's first ever purple gold when he was a lecturer in SP.
SP's Built Environment student Cliff Tan met the Queen of England when he won the the first prize in the Commonwealth Youth Photo Competition in 2006. He is also one of the recipient of the SP's Model Student Award this year.
The perseverance and fighting spirit of SMIT student David Ong Rong Sheng won him the Student Model Award this year.
Ten secondary schools took part in the model aircraft competition organised by the Singapore Polytechnic. Judges for the Aero Competition 2008 are Singapore Polytechnic lecturers Heng Chiang Hiong and Chaganti D.V. Subrahmanyam.
5 students from Singapore Poly's School of Mechanical & Manufacturing Engineering made possible the concept of aerial vehicle with flapping wings. Their project was presented at the Poly Student Research Programme Award Presentation Ceremony 2008.
SP Optometry Centre will conduct free eye checkups on 8 March at West Coast Community Centre in conjunction with World Glaucoma Day.
SP CARE has donated a motorised wheelchair to Mr. Stanley Woo, who suffers from spinal muscular atrophy.
Spice Travel, run by SP students and Transinex Travel, is one of the many business ventures run by entrepreneurial polytechnic students.
Rainbow Rice was used as ingredients for delicious dessert by SP students from the School of Chemical and Life Sciences with the help of their lecturer, Ms. Jasmine Leong.
SP School of Design's graduating students will be showcasing their award winning works at Vivocity from 28 Feb – 2 Mar 2008 to mark their entry into the creative industry.
A mobile chair designed by Singapore Polytechnic's SP CARE is helping 37-year old Stanley Woo to move around with ease in his home.
Former SP lecturer Loh Peng Chum took 23 years to perfect purple gold, which was highlighted in this year's Budget speech. SP students were involved in the research process as well.
SP's School of Chemical and Life Sciences organised a Biotechnology Fiesta to interest secondary school students in the various disciplines of Biotechnology
The family of rats, which are created by SP students, are on display at the Singapore Science Centre
Two SP Singapore Maritime Academy (SMA) graduates spoke about graduating successfully with a degree in Maritime Operations from the Dutch university.
Students in the new Diploma in Applied Drama and Psychology will be learning through play-acting.
Singapore Maritime Academy (SMA) students graduated with a degree in maritime operations that was awarded by a Dutch university. SMA also inked an agreement with Singapore Maritime Foundation to award scholarships for degree studies.
10 Maritime Operations degrees were conferred to Singapore Maritime Academy students by the Netherlands Maritime Institute Willem Barentsz. One particular Indian student received an Outstanding Nautical Student award
My Paper profiled Fang Xiao Ming who graduated from SP's Diploma in Marine Engineering, and Aliff a third-year student from the Diploma in Nautical Studies.
Two SP Singapore Maritime Academy nautical studies students who are incidentally brothers have been awarded the SAIL scholarships. They set lofty aspirations upon graduation
Head of Singapore Polytechnic Optometry Centre, Dr. Wilfred Tang, gives advice on how to handle optical medical equipment with care.
Three SP students from the School of Built Environment invented a mosquito dunk dispenser and won the highest award given in the tertiary category at the Green Wave Environment Competition 2007
SP Reference Librarian Khoo Ailing, used to be an engineer, but her love for reading made her further her studies in library management.
SP's School of Media and Info-Communications Technology and Keele University's collaboration will enable a two-way exchange for SMIT and Keele students.
The School of Chemical and Life Sciences recently held a yogurt making competition for secondary school students.
SP students develops a system to give motorists an indication of the remaining time before the change of traffic light.
SP introduces new HRM diploma and also signed an MOU with the Singapore Human Resource Institute (SHRI) to accredit students taking the new course.
SP will introduce a new diploma course in Financial Informatics to meet the need for IT savvy professionals in the finance sector.
Four students from SP's Diploma in Music and Audio Technology were awarded scholarships to study for a music degree in UK's Keele University. They will proceed into the second year of the three-year course.
SP students collaborates with NEA to develop a radio-controlled insecticide dispenser to target hard-to-reach mosquitoes-breeding places.
School of Electrical & Electronic Engineering students has developed a bed for immobile patients to reduce occurance of bed sores
SP students collaborated with NEA to develop a remote-controlled tank to eradicate mosquito larvae.
SP's School of Business introduces two new options for the popular Media and Communications Diploma. More information can be found at SP's open house from 10 - 12 Jan 2008, 10.00am - 6.00pm
SP's School of Mechanical and Manufacturing students develop an anti-mosquito remote-controlled mini tank to dispense insecticide
The School of Business launched a new diploma in human resource management with psychology to be offered in April 2008.
Dr Ng Khee Yang, from Singapore Polytechnic's Centre for Applications in Environmental Technology (CAET) is the R&D consultant R&D consultant for the local firm that makes eco-coffins.
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2013 News Archive