Blockchain technology's impact has evolved far beyond cryptocurrencies. One hot area of debate is its impact on the environment. Boon or bane? We find out more from SMU Blockchain club's Jorden Seet.
Big data isn't something new—it's existed from the very day humans began to make records of their work. So when exactly did consumers come into the picture? SMU Lecturer Seema Chokshi shows us the evolution of big data.
The idea of leading an independent and self-defined work life may be alluring, but do would-be giggers really know what they're getting themselves into? Prof Thomas Menkhoff gives us the lowdown on the pros and cons of becoming a digital ... Read More
'Alpha male' managers significantly underperform low-testosterone managers. Want to know why? Professor Melvyn Teo reveals some interesting observations.
The Mentoring Circle invites SMU Alumni Jimmy Soh and Jackson Kwa, as well as Assoc Prof Paul Griffin to talk about adapting to an ever-changing world in this podcast.
Having your research papers selected for publications is not an easy feat, especially for PhD students. SMU PhD student Tony Li shares insights on getting his papers published in high impact journals.
Singapore has always taken pride in its multiculturalism. And yet, the concerns of xenophobia is very much alive. SMU Law undergrad Farahna Alam sheds light on the lives of one such minority group—the Singaporean Bengalis.
Industries in Singapore are being disrupted by technology and digitalisation, but coming together is key to overcoming the changing landscapes.
Asia isn't quite the hottest home to innovations these days—and it seems that culture might be related to this, says SMU Assoc Prof Roy Chua.
Did you really read the fine print before ticking the "I AGREE" box? Even if you did, Dr Guido Noto La Diega says you'd probably need a PhD to understand all of it.