Singapore-MIT Alliance (SMA)
The Singapore-MIT Alliance is an innovative engineering education and research collaboration among three of the top engineering research universities in the world: National University of Singapore (NUS), Nanyang Technological University (NTU) and Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). Founded in 1998 to promote global engineering research, SMA has provided thousands of students with an unsurpassed education through the most technologically advanced interactive distance education facilities available.
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(2007-01)The induced self-assembly phenomenon between PEO-b-PAA and Fe(II) was investigated. It was revealed that the electrostatic interaction between Fe(II) in the form of green rust (GR²⁺) particles and the COO- groups from the ...
(2007-01)This study presents the recent development of three-dimensional patient-specific simulation of carmustine delivery to brain tumor that highlights several crucial factors affecting the delivery. The simulation utilizes the ...
(2007-01)The talk will present the synthesis and characterization of a new class of hybrid amphiphilic system between an electrolyte polyacrylic acid (PAA) synthetic segment, and a hydrophobic beta-sheet forming peptide segment, ...