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A model of the satellite VELOX-II at the command centre at the NTU satellite research centre, which controls the school locally built satellite that were launch last year. Photo: Ernest Chua
The project team members at the command centre at the NTU satellite research centre, which controls the school locally built satellite that were launch last year.Photo: Ernest Chua.
Prof Low Kay Soon (C) with his team at the command centre at the NTU satellite research centre,which controls the school locally built satellite that were launch last year. Photo: Ernest Chua
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1843821_Tech in NTU’s 2 satellites clears tests, proves commercial viability
Tech in NTU’s 2 satellites clears tests, proves commercial viability

February 4
Zika's explosive spread

Zika's explosive spread

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Zika casts shadow over Rio Olympics

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RIO DE JANEIRO — Already under fire for shoddy facilities, sewage-filled sailing venues and soaring costs, the Rio Olympics have taken another blow to the head — researchers now...

Lonely planet is finally linked to star

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