The 6.2 earthquake hit the island’s northern side at a depth of 12 kilometres, leaving at least seven people dead and dozens more injured.
The new stainless steel created by Hong Kong scientists, augmented with copper, kills pathogens within hours, showing promise for a future less reliant on constant disinfection or the use of expensive antibacterial and antiviral materials.
Singapore scientists say Agrin can be applied in gel form – its recombinant version sAgrin – to promote chronic skin wounds to heal quicker than if they were left untreated.
The bill would not apply to foreign individuals or foreign publications “reporting or commenting on Singapore politics in an open, transparent and attributable way” even if critical of Singapore or its government, the Home Ministry has said.
US Vice President Kamala Harris is in Singapore for the first working day of her trip to Southeast Asia which aims to convince leaders in Singapore and Vietnam that Washington’s commitment to Southeast Asia is firm and not a parallel to Afghanistan.
The Singapore employment watchdog TAFEP launched an investigation into Ubisoft’s branch in the country after receiving "anonymous feedback containing links to media articles about allegations of workplace harassment and unfair treatment".
Recycled wastewater in the resource-starved city-state can now meet 40 percent of Singapore's water demand, also helping reduce maritime pollution
Formula One will make a second attempt to hold the Turkish Grand Prix this season after adding it to the calendar as a replacement for Singapore's cancelled race in October.
Calls are growing for Singapore to loosen the rules in a bid to help boost its fertility rate that reached a historic low of 1.1 babies per woman last year, compared to a global average of 2.4.
A formal statement, which was issued by ASEAN leaders after they met with Myanmar General Min Aung Hlaing in Jakarta, calls for “immediate cessation of violence in Myanmar” and urges all parties to “exercise utmost restraint”.
This year's 15th edition of Earth Hour highlighted the link between the destruction of the natural world and the increasing incidence of diseases, such as Covid-19.
Battle between economic optimism and fears about inflation and possible rate hikes that recovery will fuel has continued to play out on trading floors.
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