Nanyang Technological University (Abbreviation: NTU) is one of the two largest public universities in Singapore with the biggest campus in Singapore.
Its lush 200-hectare Yunnan Garden campus was the Youth Olympic Village of the world’s first 2010 Summer Youth Olympics in 2010.
Ranked 41st globally by QS World University Rankings in 2013, NTU has made a jump of 36 places in the last four years to become the fastest rising university in the QS global top 50. NTU is ranked 2nd in the world among young elite universities, according to QS Top 50 Under 50. NTU is ranked 76th worldwide in 2013 by Times Higher Education World University Rankings.
As of November 2013, Microsoft Academic Search website ranks NTU’s overall engineering, according to the number publications and H-Index criteria, as the world’s 10th since the last 5 years. QS World University Rankings rated NTU’s Engineering and Technology as 14th in the world (3rd in Asia) in 2013 while Times Higher Education World University Rankings place NTU in the 33rd position (7th in Asia) according to its 2013–2014 Engineering and Technology subject ranking. Furthermore, QS World University Rankings 2013 rated NTU’s Social Sciences as 36th worldwide (6th in Asia) and NTU’s Natural Sciences has moved up by 43 positions to 55th position (11th in Asia); Arts & Humanities is ranked 13th position and Life Sciences & Medicine is ranked 25th position in Asia.
According to the 2013 Thomson Reuters report on research citations, NTU has catapulted to 2nd in Asia for research citation impact, second only to University of Tokyo. Times Higher Education ranked NTU 1st in the world for industry income and innovation in 2013.
Nanyang Technological University (NTU) research articles from Innovation Toronto
- A Thermal Invisibility Cloak Actively Redirects Heat – September 27, 2015
- Observing nano-bio interactions in real time – September 20, 2015
- Scientists from NTU Singapore find electrifying solution to sticky problem – August 26, 2015
- Engineered Antibody Neutralizes All Four Dengue Serotypes – July 30, 2015
- NTU scientists discover new treatment for dementia – April 13, 2015
- Optical fibres light the way for brain-like computing – March 12, 2015
- A new weapon in war against flu pandemics and pneumonia – February 15, 2015
- World’s first compact rotary 3D printer-cum-scanner unveiled at AAAS by NTU Singapore start-up – February 15, 2015
- NTU invents smart window that tints and powers itself – December 18, 2014
- Innovative process to print flexible electronic circuits using a t-shirt printer – November 18, 2014
- NTU develops ultra-fast charging batteries that last 20 years – big change coming – October 14, 2014
- Breakthrough in rapid diagnostics: using magnets to test for malaria – September 13, 2014
- Innovative multifunction membranes improve water filtration rate by 10x – September 13, 2014
- Flexible supercapacitor could have big advantages over batteries for wearable devices – May 12, 2014
- NTU scientists discover material that can be solar cell by day, light panel by night
- NTU scientists discover potential vaccine for malaria
- Genetically engineered bacteria can be used to attack other bacterial species
- NTU to trial Singapore’s first driverless vehicle on the roads
- NTU invention transforms plain surfaces into low-cost touch screens
- NTU invention allows clear photos in dim light
- Nanomedicine could outdo surgery
- Compact multipurpose scooter for crowded megacities
- NTU scientist develops a multi-purpose wonder material to tackle environmental challenges
- Revolutionary Laser Cooling System
- NTU’s ‘sense-ational’ invention helps underwater vessels navigate with ease
- Nothing goes to waste when visiting green toilet NTU researchers green loo uses less water, recycles human waste
- Primate study provides positive sign for the safety of nanomedicine
- Revolutionary Chipset for High-Speed Wireless Data Transfer
- Computing experts unveil superefficient ‘inexact’ chip
- Superbug-killing coating “magnetically” draws in bacteria
- Hong Kong University Makes Breakthrough in Gastrointestinal Treatment