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    Enabling the youth to help the social sector
    Enabling the youth to help the social sector

    Enabling the youth to help the social sector

    Progressive changes have equipped the youth to turn things around for a sector facing a labour crunch.
    The Case for Ethical Literacy in Blockchain
    The Case for Ethical Literacy in Blockchain

    The Case for Ethical Literacy in Blockchain

    With universities pushing for the digital literacy of blockchain, should we also place equal importance on the ethics behind the technology?
    Pooled testing: Staying ahead of COVID-19
    Pooled testing: Staying ahead of COVID-19

    Pooled testing: Staying ahead of COVID-19

    Already being applied around the world, pooled testing can be the answer to screening larger groups of people, such as worker dormitories.
    LNG: A game changer for the shipping industry?
    LNG: A game changer for the shipping industry?

    LNG: A game changer for the shipping industry?

    Less emissions. Better for the environment. Liquified natural gas is making splashes across the global shipping industry.
    What Does It Take to Become a Singaporean?
    What Does It Take to Become a Singaporean?

    What Does It Take to Become a Singaporean?

    In an increasingly deglobalised world, what do immigrants have to do to become “one of us”?
    Is a Four-Day Work Week the Way To Go?
    Is a Four-Day Work Week the Way To Go?

    Is a Four-Day Work Week the Way To Go?

    As one of the most overworked cities in the world, is it perhaps time for Singapore to change its ways?
    Calling for Help: Our Children’s Mental Health
    Calling for Help: Our Children’s Mental Health

    Calling for Help: Our Children’s Mental Health

    How can we mitigate the number of young children calling in to the Institute of Mental Health to seek help?
    Putting Public Shaming to Shame
    Putting Public Shaming to Shame

    Putting Public Shaming to Shame

    A previously effective punishment for centuries, technology has now emboldened us to cross many lines, doing more harm than good instead.

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