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Research at GRC illustrates the news that NUS is now ranked among the top 100 research institutions worldwide

From post in NUS Facebook page

NUS is one of the top 100 research institutions in the world, according to the latest Nature Publishing Index (NPI) released today. The first institution in Singapore to break into this global list at the 76th position, the University was also placed 9th among Nature's 2012 ranking of research institutions and countries in the Asia Pacific region.

The rankings, published by one of the most highly respected and oldest publishers in the academic and professional scientific community, were based on output of research articles in 2012 in 18 Nature-branded primary research journals.

In the NPI Asia Pacific 2012 supplement where the rankings were featured, NUS was described as "a rising star, particularly in the physical sciences, chemistry, IT and life science collaborations." The supplement was released together with the 20 March 2013 issue of Nature, which is widely recognised as one of the world's most highly cited weekly multidisciplinary journals.

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