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  • Student Reni Chng holds a chicken at an event at Yale-NUS College.

    Physical Sciences Student Wins Social Change Award

    22 April 2021 (Thu)

    Physical Sciences student Reni Chng (Class of 2021) was awarded the Commitment to Community and Social Change Award at the 2021 Yale-NUS Kingfisher Award Ceremony on April 21st this year. This award is for individuals or student groups that “contributed significantly to social justice, peace, social change, education, public health, or env...

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  • The graduating Physical Sciences majors standing socially distanced after they had finished presenting their capstones.

    The Class of 2021 Presents Their Capstone Research

    13 April 2021 (Tue)

    Last Saturday a bumper crop of chemists, physicist, and physical scientists presented their final year capstone research projects to a full (socially distanced) house and to a large number of alumni and friends of the major online. Over the past year, these students have been hard at work conducting original research under the supervision of...

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  • Virtual Fireside Chat by NUS Chemistry Alumni

    12 January 2021 (Tue)

    ACS Student Chapter at NUS has kindly extended an invitation to Yale-NUS students for a fireside chat with NUS Chemistry Alumni! Details below: “Hi everyone, Stressed about life after graduation? Jobs? Careers? Mentorship? Networking? Have you wondered what career possibilities a Science degree offers besides jobs in the Science, Technolog...

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  • New 2.5MC Science Skills Course

    3 December 2020 (Thu)

    This course will teach skills relevant to all science majors, including laser cutting, LaTeX, circuit design, 3D pringint, and more!

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  • Mid-Autumn Festival 2020 Moon-gazing

    2 October 2020 (Fri) , 21:00-22:30
    At the MPH and Level 3 Science Centre Link Bridge

    On Friday October 2nd the Yale-NUS Astronomy Group, Ashen Light, is holding a Mid-Autumn Festival event with Yale-NUS Global China Connection (YNGCC) and sponsored by DOS. Happening from 9pm to 10:30pm, students can convene outside the MPH for mooncakes, drinks and lanterns, or venture to the level three Science Centre link bridge to moon-gaze. ...

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  • Krishan Sanjay Mahesh (Class of 2020) siting near the pond in Saga College.

    Graduating Senior Krishan Featured in Latest@Ya...

    26 May 2020 (Tue)

    The article highlights the Physical Sciences senior's post-graduation plans at the National Institute of Education.

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  • The four accomplished seniors after having presented their capstone research

    Class of 2020 Present Their Capstone Research

    18 March 2020 (Wed)

    This week our four graduating Physical Sciences majors presented their capstone research projects to a packed house. They have been hard at work for the past semester and a half, conducting original research under the supervision of a Physical Sciences faculty. Taavishi Jindel presented the new tool she was developing to model resolved spectral ...

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  • Students and Staff View the 2019 Annular Eclipse

    26 December 2019 (Thu)
    At Yale-NUS College

    (Eclipse photo by Prof. Ben Olsen) Yale-NUS students, faculty, staff, friends, and family took time from their break to come back to campus and view the 2019 Annular Eclipse on December 26th. The Physical Sciences faculty estimate that nearly 300 people came by to watch the Moon block out the Sun during the four hour...

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  • Summer Research Fun

    17 June 2019 (Mon)
    At Yale-NUS College

    About a dozen students have been doing chemistry, physics and astronomy-related research on campus this summer, as well as proudly wearing the Class of 2019 Physical Sciences T-shirt (Jung Min ’19, Beatrice ’21, Stan, Karen ’19, Hailee ’21, Shaw ’21).

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  • Chemistry National Meeting

    15 May 2019 (Wed)

    About half a dozen PS majors attended the second Chemistry National Meeting Singapore (ChnmSG) held in UTown, including freshly minted graduate Eun Jung Min’19 who presented a poster on his capstone research. Eun Jung Min talks about his work to conference participants. Asst. Prof. Stan Presolski sporting the official Physical Sciences Cla...

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