SUTD Explains: Beyond Plastic

Touted as the future of plastic, FLAM - a fungal-like adhesive material - is strong, lightweight, inexpensive and most importantly, biodegradable. Designed and fabricated by Associate Professor Stylianos Dritsas from Architecture and Sustainable Design and...

SUTD Explains: Rethinking our Hawker Centres

What would your version of a re-imagined hawker centre look like? In this episode of ‘SUTD Explains’, Assistant Professor Carlos Bañón explores the architectural possibilities of our hawker centres and how they can evolve to...

SUTD Explains: Designing for our Rising Seas

Amidst the pressing issue of rising sea levels, Professor of Practice Eva Castro from SUTD's Architecture and Sustainable Design Pillar explains how her research lab, Form Axioms, is looking into designing sustainable designs for...

SUTD Visual Research – Morpheus: Automatic Music Generator

Find out more about Assistant Professor Herremans and her research

SUTD Visual Research – Towards a Better Type of Memory: Breaking the Speed Limit...

  Find out more about Assistant Professor Dr Desmond Loke and his research 

SUTD Visual Research – A guide to DIY Interstellar Travel

Read the full paper at:  Did you know that there is a Research Lab for Quantum Materials at SUTD? Learn about RLQM's research at:

SUTD Visual Research – Carbon Footprint of E-commerce Shipping Options

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Millennials, read this book if you want to thrive in the future of work

What is the future workplace going to be like? What can you do to future-ready yourself in a world of unknowns? Prof Nilanjan’s new book tells it all. “Once there was a bunch of lawyers...

SUTD Visual Research – Sustainability Reporting in Singapore

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SUTD Visual Research – Wireless Edge Caching

Professor Quek tells us how 5G networks will play a key role in Singapore’s digital transformation and ultimately change the way we live. Find out more about Professor Quek and his research