Somatosensory light-driven robots (SLiR) is an embodied sensory system manufactured using soft thin film. The miniaturized robots exhibit untethered reflex-like stimulus-responsive motility and multi sensing capabilities. This work is selected for ‘Women in Materials Science’ featured article.
To meet the world’s rising energy demands, Associate Professor Ho Ghim Wei is leveraging solar technologies for a brighter and more sustainable future.
A facile and versatile strategy to directly print hydrogels into biomimetic soft robots has been reported by Yin Cheng and Ho et al. Biocompatible alginate rheological modifier of hydrogel allow straightforward manufacturing into arbitrary 3D topologies using direct-ink-write (DIW) 3D printing.
Gamze Yilmaz (Research Fellow), Gao Minmin (Research Fellow), Yang Min-Quan (Research Fellow) and Tan Chuan Fu (PhD student) won best oral and poster presentation awards at 10th International Conference Materials for Advanced Technologies (ICMAT), 2019.
In conjunction with the International Year of the Periodic Table of Chemical Elements (IYPT2019) and International Women’s Day, Angewandte Chemie showcases cutting-edge research led by female chemical researchers across the globe.
Dr. Ghim Wei Ho is a scientist who studies sustainable energy, discusses how she choose her research path, the future of the soft matter field, her hobbies, and who she admires the most.
NUS News profiling some of the University’s prominent females making waves in STEM. Assoc Prof Ho leads The Ho Research Group at NUS, which aims to create novel solar conversion devices for energy and environmental sustainability
Congratulations to Dr. Gao Minmin for winning the Best PhD project in the area of Microelectronics Devices and Technologies. She was awarded the Institute of Microelectronics Prize during the University commencement ceremony.
Associate Professor Ho Ghim Wei of the Engineering Science Programme, Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering, National University of Singapore, was the winner of Science & Technology, Great Women of Our Time Award 2016.
Water and energy are intimately linked, much more closely than most people would realize. Electrical energy generation requires water in its different stages of processing, such as raw material processing, thermal cooling, powering of turbines (through steam and water) and so on.