• WFF PhD Prize 2014

    The fifth award ceremony for the WFF PhD Prize In Environmental and Sustainability Research was successfully held at National University of Singapore on July 10, 2014. This year’s prizewinners had conducted innovative research on a wide range of topics that include membrane distillation, giant clam conservation in Singapore, and sustainable energy.
  • 2014 Prizewinner’s Impactful Clam Research

    2014 prizewinner Dr. Neo Mei Lin from NUS’s Faculty of Science is making waves with her research on giant clam conservation in Singapore. Her story was recently featured in the Straits Times. Visit our news updates to find out more.
  • 2014: A Year of Firsts

    2014 is a bumper crop year for WFF PhD Prize. This year’s prizewinning theses included the first paper ever to be recognized for social sustainability and was awarded to Dr. Yeo Su-Jan for her work on Singapore’s nightlife. Dr. Ishani Mukherjee from Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy also became the first PhD graduate to win for public policy analysis for her paper on biofuels policies in Indonesia.
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