Category: Arts & Humanities

Second skin

Wearable technology is an emerging interdisciplinary field that brings together artists, designers, scientists and humanists from various fields and perspectives. Clothing acts as a textile interface and creates new possibilities for sensing, processing, performance, displaying and the merging of body and environment.

ARTechnology pioneer

Three decades of experience in setting up programmes in media art made Prof Dorrit Vibeke Sorensen the ideal candidate when taking over the reins of NTU’s School of Art, Design...

New tools to study ancient drugs

Chinese medicinal substances have piqued the world’s imagination in recent years, making major inroads into the global health marketplace as traditional medicines and as inspiration for drugs such as Sildenafil (Viagra) and antimalarial artemisinin. The latter, discovered by Tu Youyou, led her to become the first Chinese woman to win a Nobel Prize.

Interactive global histories

In our increasingly complex world, we are witnessing an exponential growth in the treasure trove of human experience. To access and utilise the entirety of data and information on the collective heritage of humanity, traditional disciplinary knowledge needs to be directed toward a formal science of heritage.