LIBRARY SERVICES (PHASE 2)
SUTD Library is opening gradually from 1st July 2020. With the safe measures in place, advance booking is required.
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UNAVAILABILITY OF LIBRARY'S ONLINE SERVICE
Due to system upgrade, "My Library account" and online renewal in iSearch may be unavailable from 12am to 2am, 16th August (Sun).

We apologize for the inconvenience caused.

 

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IMPact@SUTD, a monthly update featuring the latest published research works of SUTD faculty and researchers.
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Neighbourhood Built Environment, Physical Activity, and Physical Health among Older Adults in Singapore: A Simultaneous Equations Approach

Journal of Transport and Health

Tough and Strong: Cross-Lamella Design Imparts Multifunctionality to Biomimetic Nacre
ACS Nano

Understanding Autonomous Road Public Transport Acceptance: A Study of Singapore
Sustainability

SUTD Author: Winston Yap, Yuting Hou, and Belinda Yuen

 

We found that sheltered walkways and proximity to MRT/LRT stations significantly increase older adults' engagement in transport physical activity, which has a bi-directional relationship with the number of "three-High" chronic diseases. We also found that proximity to parks encourage more recreational physical activity, which reciprocally influences older adults' functional capacity.”--- Yuting Hou and Belinda Yuen

SUTD Author: Hemant Kumar Raut, Rupambika Das, and Javier G. Fernandez

 

Mother-of-pearl, the shells housing the adorable pearls, are amongst nature’s strongest materials. Here we mimic their composite structure by using constituents similar to that of the shell. The resultant composite offers high strength and stiffness along with biocompatibility, paving way for new and enhanced sustainable materials for potential biomedical applications.”--- Hemant Kumar Raut

SUTD Author: Samuel Chng and Lynette Cheah

 

The study found the Singapore public acceptance of the planned implementation of public transport autonomous vehicles. Concerns surrounding technical-related issues and legal liability exist, with respondents sharing the desire for human operators to play an active role and for the government to lead the testing and clarification of legal liability.”--- Samuel Chng and Lynette Cheah

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Weekly Horizon Scanning featuring newest updates and latest research and reports
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