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Among the winners of this year's Defence Technology Prize is the Biological Defence Programme Team from DSO National Laboratories which developed a faster COVID-19 testing kit and therapeutic antibodies to aid in the recovery of patients.
Ms Ngiam Le Na makes it on the inaugural Singapore 100 Women In Tech list for her achievements in sharpening the SAF’s tech edge.
Singapore could be seeing some good news soon.
Rapid technological growth is the new norm in every sector, and the military is no exception.
PIONEER puts the spotlight on the Republic of Singapore Navy's (RSN's) Maritime Security Task Force (MSTF) and how it safeguards Singapore's waters against intrusions and security threats from the sea.
At only 16, she had developed an algorithm that can detect fake news and help people to make better judgments on the accuracy of news they are reading.
Ms Liu Haohui, then a student from Raffles Girls' School, developed the algorithm last year under the Young Defence Scientists Programme (YDSP) organised by the Defence Science and Technology Agency (DSTA) and DSO National Laboratories (DSO).
When siblings Koh Niann Tsyr, 16, and Koh Tze Wang, 14, say they are "flying together", they don't mean that they are going on a family holiday – they are actually building and operating their own flying machines!
Major (MAJ) Charles Eu and his girlfriend Geraldine Leong are cat lovers. A new cat-themed attraction? The pair, who met online two years ago, would have likely visited it before — they have been to the Cat Museum which shuttered in June 2018, as well as many adoption centres.
Will humans ever be completely replaced by Artificial Intelligence (AI)? Who should be held accountable when autonomous vehicles carry out strikes?
She is part of an expert team in the battle against chemical warfare and can be activated in the event of a deadly chemical attack. Her work is highly classified.