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Happy New Chinese Year - Scientific visit to Singapore

last modified Mar 25, 2014 04:32 PM
For almost 4 weeks in January I had the opportunity to work as a visiting scientist at both universities of Singapore, NUS and NTU, on 6 projects in total. Great science...
Happy New Chinese Year - Scientific visit to Singapore

Lo Hei

 

... partly testing our fibres with their equipment, partly transferring our knowledge about the CNT fibre spinning process over there. Beautiful places both universities, and well equipped labs!
Of course, I also enjoyed the warm weather - fleeing the rain - and the spicy food.

Big thanks to all the groups in NUS and NTU for the collaboration, to NUS and T-Lab for hosting me, and a particular thank you to Prof. Vincent Tan, who mainly organised my visit and even arranged Lo Hei (salad tossing) for me, a typical Singaporean thing to do around Chinese New Year.

Happy New Year of the Horse to everyone!!

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