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NUS secures S$4.9 million in partnerships to develop next-gen hybrid flexible electronics

(National University of Singapore) The National University of Singapore's Faculty of Engineering has established seven new partnerships under its Hybrid-Integrated Flexible Electronic Systems (HiFES) programme to develop next-generation hybrid flexible electronics. These partnerships, valued at about S$4.9 million in total, involve cutting-edge research to develop technologies and devices for applications in areas such as consumer electronics, healthcare, defence and safety surveillance.
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