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Extending the value chain beyond science education

There is a critical need for a supportive ecosystem to make careers in science, technology, engineering and mathematics rewarding, so as to enable innovation.

While Singapore is in a good position, it needs to continue to aspire to attract and retain top talent by making it such a great environment that people want to stay here.

IN A world driven by science and technology, the push for education in the science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) fields has become a priority. In fact, both the United Kingdom and the United States are grappling with a perceived STEM labour shortage that, if not addressed,...

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