IMDA, CSA-backed initiative is aimed at early, growth stage startups and entrepreneurs.
Partnership combines the experience of NUS Enterprise and the entrepreneurial track record of the Salim Group.
Three winning teams from Singapore and Thailand awarded for their innovative health-tech solutions to overcome medication adherence barriers in elderly people with chronic diseases.
IBM Corp has announced three new partnerships with NUS Enterprise, the Singapore infocomm Technology Federation (SiTF)’s 123JumpStart, and Telstra’s muru-D.
Infocomm Investments Pte Ltd (IIPL), NUS Enterprise and SingTel Innov8 have come together to set up Block 71 San Francisco, a US-based co-working space to strengthen ties between the startup ecosystems in Singapore and the United States.
Singapore has set up a research consortium to explore innovative electron spin-based technologies for sensor, memory and logic applications.
Some among the five winning teams at the recent ‘NUS-SMRT Commuthon’ will be able to tap on to an S$120,000 (US$95,770) fund provided by SMRT Corporation Ltd to take their prototypes further.
A low-cost blended learning solution developed in India took home the first prize in the inaugural DBS-NUS Social Venture Challenge Asia that attracted social entrepreneurs from across Asia who had been working on solutions that could make a social impact in their respective communities and beyond.