Where others talk about industry-academia ties, CREST actually delivers Relevance heightened with news of Intel’s new US$7.1bn Penang chip plant
Hilti Global IT Competition saw universities from 43 countries take part An endorsement of professional qualities, critical thinking of APU students
The inaugural Southeast Asia Tech Talent Compensation report from Monk's Hill Ventures and Glints identifies eight major trends in attracting talent in the region
Despite having largest number of world-class engineers, digital adoption seriously lags CM says digital transformation plan finally about to be acted on, led by Penang Digital unit
Theo Vassilakis, a former Silicon Valley entrepreneur, joins Grab as its third CTO in four years, bringing with him expertise in developing large-scale machine learning systems.
The relationship between mind and machines today is at a turning point, because it gives us an opportunity to really improve the world of industry, and accelerate economic growth, with SEA to benefit as well.
Motorola Solutions celebrates 40 years of design and engineering excellence in its 1,000 strong R&D centre in Penang.
After five years of plugging away with its personal security app, WatchOverMe is shutting down with the team hired into Carousell at Singapore, writes Karamjit Singh
GrabTaxi has set up an R&D centre in Seattle, but said its Singapore centre will continue to be the core of its engineering activities.
STEM education in Singapore received a boost from 3D printing solutions company Stratasys Inc, which is partnering with Science Centre Singaporeto bring applied learning to schools.