In today's paper

TO LOSE is to win. That's the mantra that Melissa Kwee, CEO of National Volunteer and Philanthropy Centre (NVPC), abides by.

THE trauma of fleeing a war-torn country as a refugee is one that could make or break a person. For Omar Shokur, who fled Afghanistan in 1990 at age 14 with his family, the experience was painful...

DHEERAJ Pandey is the quintessential US immigrant success story. He has achieved success by sheer dint of hard work, talent, and a risk-taking instinct. In 1997, when he was in his early 20s, he...

FEW industries have been spared the ravages of the Covid-19 pandemic, but technology stands out as a clear beneficiary of the lockdowns and border closures that have swept the globe this year....

RESEARCH and commercialisation are often seen as separate processes, with scientists handing their findings off to business people. Yet integrating the two is what Eugene Fitzgerald seeks to do,...

YANIV Vardi is passionate about wines. He has his own vineyard where as a connoisseur he has produced a number of vintages that have won international prizes. While he has many people helping him...

THE tiny ESP8266 microchip, made close to a decade ago, has amassed a cult following far beyond what its lead developer, Singaporean Teo Swee Ann, had envisioned. Measuring just a few millimetres...

Swami Sivasubramanian, vice-president of Amazon's machine learning arm, sees opportunities everywhere - even one amid the fatigue of jet lag.

GEORGE Kurtz has two big passions.

Like most people around the world, Visal Leng, Johnson Controls' president for Asia-Pacific, has been working from home. Or in his case, for the past few months, in a serviced apartment in...