Spotlight on Research

Detecting HFMD: A Virologist’s Race against Time

The tragic deaths of young children from HFMD drove Professor Poh’s research focus towards HFMD and enterovirus 71.

Student Consumption and Debt in Victorian Oxford

Examining male undergraduate consumer culture and trade in the famous University town during the 19th century.

Islamic Finance: The Way Forward

The principles of Islamic finance have been around for centuries but modern-day finance sectors still do not fully understand the advantages of Islamic finance.

An Ongoing Battle with Dengue

To develop an effective vaccine against dengue, we need to first understand the limitations of existing vaccines and how to overcome them.

Nanotechnology in Harnessing Solar Energy

The solar energy industry is beset with issues concerning its efficiency as a renewable energy source. Perhaps the solution lies in the smallest of things …

Could Low-Dose Radiation Be Beneficial for Us?

There is growing research that suggests low doses of radiation may actually have positive effects on humans.

Building Our Bridge in Diversity

To create a workplace culture that is truly inclusive, we start by listening and valuing the opinions of everyone.

Finding Yourself on a Bench

Sitting on a bench offers more than rest. It offers time to contemplate, reflect and experience.