A new way to harness driverless cars
The Singapore-MIT Alliance for Research and Technology is creating driverless cars that would not replace existing urban transport but complement it, and at a fraction of the cost of other driverless innovations.
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Thailand's homes fit for any age
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Lab on Wheels teaches Singapore's children
Singapore ranks high in academic achievement, but not so much in terms of manufacturing and engineering prowess. But the Lab on Wheels is working to change that by giving kids hands-on experience in engineering and robotics.