Do you know that the team behind SL2 was mentioned in the ‘Budget 2008′ speech by Singapore’s Deputy Prime Minister, Tharman Shanmugaratnam?
Last year, a team of first-year students from the NUS won an award given to the top ten teams in the Mondialogo Engineering Competition – the largest competition for young engineers with ideas that can change the world, organised by Daimler-Chrysler and UNESCO.
They were up against 800 teams, including many with PhD students. Their project focused on how solar processing can be used to help farmers preserve fruit so as to raise their incomes.
Here’s the video of our project!
Do check out what our Indian project partners, Science For Society are up to. Let’s keep the Spirit of Ground-Up Innovation alive!