As our more recent work has shown, ethnographic engagements in the construction industry reveal social, experiential and often unspoken ways of knowing. It is vital to understand these aspects in order to address any of the industry’s enduring challenges, such as worker training and safety...
Fact Check Fact File: Singapore is often praised for its coronavirus response. How does it compare to Australia's?
Fact Check examines the early steps taken by Singapore to contain the coronavirus pandemic, and how it changed.
Manning the mission for advanced manufacturing: new demands on talent in Singapore's energy, chemicals and utilities industries
Representing close to 20 percent of Singapore’s 2016 GDP, manufacturing is a key pillar of the nation’s economy. Today, the city-state is committed to leveraging Industry 4.0 as part of a national push into advanced manufacturing. More critically, Singapore recognises that successful Industry 4.0 adoption...
The Arts Resource Hub was set up by the Singapore National Arts Council in August 2019 to provide freelance arts workers with resources to sustainably continue their practice, unlock opportunities and grow careers.
Influence of rainfall on the thermal and energy performance of a low rise building in diverse locations of the hot humid tropics
Rainfall is seldom addressed in the analysis of climates for building design, usually neglected for building thermal performance calculations, and there is very little research about its potential cooling effect.
This master plan for the Arts in Singapore casts a collective vision for the scene and sets out plan for year of 2014 to 2019. It reflects the performing arts sector’s aspirations for their individual practice and the arts at large.
The Arts and Culture Strategic Review aims to guide Singapore's arts and culture blueprint from 2010 to 2025. This review shifts the focus for the next phase of cultural development to Singapore's people and society.
Valuing public transport customer amenities: A survey of practice across Australasian and international transit agencies
Public transport customer amenities cover a range of ancillary improvements which are not directly related to operations or service quantity but can enhance the quality of the passenger experience. Examples include information provision, passenger facilities, station/stop quality and personal security measures. While much research has...