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Collaboration, education key to Singapore's 'Smart Nation' future

A continued focus on the areas of science, technology, engineering and mathematics is critical to staying competitive on the global stage.

There is a growing understanding of science and technology among the new generation. A recent OECD study reports that younger Singaporeans have an above-average proficiency in technology-rich environments.

FROM the humble thumb drive to an automated wearable artificial kidney, Singapore is not only home to some of the world's most innovative products and ideas, but has consistently taken innovation to the next level, seeking to solve national problems from food waste to transportation. Speaking at

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