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  • NUS - 1987
    Summer School Programme FOS Summer Programmes NEC Summer Programmes NUSRI Summer Suzhou Executive Education Institute of Systems Science Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy NUS Business School NUS Extension Strategic Technology Management Institute NUS Learning Environment Centre for Development of Teaching Learning Centre for English Language Communication Centre for Instructional Technology NUS Teaching Academy University Town Research Enterprise Campus Life Student Activities Clubs Societies NUS Students Union Sports NUS Student Life Student Support Student Service Centre International Student Services Health Counselling Services Careers Employment Arts Culture NUS Centre For the Arts Museum Yong Siew Toh Conservatory of Music Accommodation Students Staff Guests Resources Facilities Campus Security Dining Transport Parking IT Resources NUS Coop Campus Sustainability Home About NUS History Milestones 1987 1987 Achievements The University established linkage to international academic networks via a computer network called BITNET in January Singapore through the University was one of the first countries in Asia to be on this network The Institute of Molecular and Cell Biology was officially opened on 2 October Its establishment served to strengthen the infrastructure for basic biomedical and biotechnological research and to enhance the University s research capability in selected areas of particular importance and relevance to

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  • NUS - 1986
    Schools Global Education Student Exchange Programmes NUS Overseas Colleges Programme Summer Programmes FASS Summer School Programme FOS Summer Programmes NEC Summer Programmes NUSRI Summer Suzhou Executive Education Institute of Systems Science Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy NUS Business School NUS Extension Strategic Technology Management Institute NUS Learning Environment Centre for Development of Teaching Learning Centre for English Language Communication Centre for Instructional Technology NUS Teaching Academy University Town Research Enterprise Campus Life Student Activities Clubs Societies NUS Students Union Sports NUS Student Life Student Support Student Service Centre International Student Services Health Counselling Services Careers Employment Arts Culture NUS Centre For the Arts Museum Yong Siew Toh Conservatory of Music Accommodation Students Staff Guests Resources Facilities Campus Security Dining Transport Parking IT Resources NUS Coop Campus Sustainability Home About NUS History Milestones 1986 1986 Achievements Two lecturers in the Electrical Engineering Department succeeded in fabricating a semi conductor laser widely used in fibre optic communications systems medical application for bioregulation and in such applications as compact disk players videodisks and laser printers They were the first in Singapore and possibly in Southeast Asia to do so 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000

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  • NUS - 1985
    Studies Faculties Schools Global Education Student Exchange Programmes NUS Overseas Colleges Programme Summer Programmes FASS Summer School Programme FOS Summer Programmes NEC Summer Programmes NUSRI Summer Suzhou Executive Education Institute of Systems Science Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy NUS Business School NUS Extension Strategic Technology Management Institute NUS Learning Environment Centre for Development of Teaching Learning Centre for English Language Communication Centre for Instructional Technology NUS Teaching Academy University Town Research Enterprise Campus Life Student Activities Clubs Societies NUS Students Union Sports NUS Student Life Student Support Student Service Centre International Student Services Health Counselling Services Careers Employment Arts Culture NUS Centre For the Arts Museum Yong Siew Toh Conservatory of Music Accommodation Students Staff Guests Resources Facilities Campus Security Dining Transport Parking IT Resources NUS Coop Campus Sustainability Home About NUS History Milestones 1985 1985 Developments Dr Sydney Brenner an eminent and distinguished geneticist from Cambridge was appointed as the first Lee Kuan Yew Distinguished Visitor The LKY Distinguished Visitors Programme was established with the objective of inviting internationally eminent academics and scholars to Singapore to make high level contributions to the university 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998

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  • NUS - 1982
    Student Exchange Programmes NUS Overseas Colleges Programme Summer Programmes FASS Summer School Programme FOS Summer Programmes NEC Summer Programmes NUSRI Summer Suzhou Executive Education Institute of Systems Science Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy NUS Business School NUS Extension Strategic Technology Management Institute NUS Learning Environment Centre for Development of Teaching Learning Centre for English Language Communication Centre for Instructional Technology NUS Teaching Academy University Town Research Enterprise Campus Life Student Activities Clubs Societies NUS Students Union Sports NUS Student Life Student Support Student Service Centre International Student Services Health Counselling Services Careers Employment Arts Culture NUS Centre For the Arts Museum Yong Siew Toh Conservatory of Music Accommodation Students Staff Guests Resources Facilities Campus Security Dining Transport Parking IT Resources NUS Coop Campus Sustainability Home About NUS History Milestones 1982 1982 Developments A new Coat of Arms was adopted by the University The design incorporated symbols from the crests of both University of Singapore and Nanyang University Achievements The Department of Obstetrics Gynaecology became one of the few medical centres in Southeast Asia to have an active in vitro fertilisation programme which attracted researchers from all over the world 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003

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  • NUS - 1981
    Programme Summer Programmes FASS Summer School Programme FOS Summer Programmes NEC Summer Programmes NUSRI Summer Suzhou Executive Education Institute of Systems Science Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy NUS Business School NUS Extension Strategic Technology Management Institute NUS Learning Environment Centre for Development of Teaching Learning Centre for English Language Communication Centre for Instructional Technology NUS Teaching Academy University Town Research Enterprise Campus Life Student Activities Clubs Societies NUS Students Union Sports NUS Student Life Student Support Student Service Centre International Student Services Health Counselling Services Careers Employment Arts Culture NUS Centre For the Arts Museum Yong Siew Toh Conservatory of Music Accommodation Students Staff Guests Resources Facilities Campus Security Dining Transport Parking IT Resources NUS Coop Campus Sustainability Home About NUS History Milestones 1981 1981 Developments President Devan Nair became the Chancellor after the demise of President Sheares on 12 May Professor Lim Pin succeeded Dr Tony Tan as Vice Chancellor on 1 June The Institute of Systems Science was established under a partnership programme between the National University of Singapore and IBM This signified the strengthening of University industry collaboration and the beginning of a policy of establishing centres of excellence in selected areas 2011 2010 2009

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  • NUS - 1980
    Kent Ridge Hall and Raffles Hall were opened The Faculty of Accountancy and Business Administration was formed with the merger of Nanyang University and the University of Singapore Benefactions Donations below 10 000 for the academic year 1979 to 1980 amounted to 256 570 43 Donations of 10 000 and more for the academic year 1979 to 1980 came from the World Health Organization 926 282 56 the Singapore Turf Club 848 060 China Medical Board 717 630 Overseas Chinese Banking Corporation 595 247 Ministry of Education 385 000 Lee Foundation 198 716 50 Ministry of Overseas Development 131 223 80 The Shaw Foundation 127 671 75 Kwan Im Thong Hood Cho Temple 100 000 Ministry of Science and Technology 98 990 UNESCO 33 459 51 International Development Research Centre 25 484 80 Nestle s Products M Ltd 25 000 Upjohn Company 22 611 07 the Ford Foundation 21 548 85 Singapore Cancer Society 20 000 Singapore Offshore Petroleum Services Pte Ltd 20 000 Siftung Volkswagenwerk 19 760 16 Academy of Medicine 12 500 the Diabetic Society of Singapore 10 615 Emeritus Professor Kiang Ai Kim 10 000 Ministry of Health 10 000 the University of Singapore Society 10 000 and an anonymous donor 360 000 These donations amounted to 4 729 801 Benefactions below 10 000 received from organizations and individuals for the period 1 July 1980 to 30 June 1981 amounted to 236 984 17 Donors of 10 000 or more received by the University during the same period included Singapore Turf Club 2 036 486 the Shaw Foundation Pte Ltd 1 607 500 the World Health Organization 771 120 11 Mr Khoo Teck Puat 750 000 Lee Foundation 372 470 Kwn Im Thong Hood Co Temple 202 000 Asia Motor Co Pte Ltd 150 000 Ministry of

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  • NUS - 1962
    various purposes 1967 Academic Initiatives A degree course in applied social studies leading to the new degree of Bachelor of Social Sciences was introduced for students who intend to engage in professional social work as a career Research A Singapore Malaysia Chinese research unit to research on the Chinese community in the region under the direction of Dr Png Poh Seng of the Department of History was formed with the aid of an Asia Foundation grant Other developments The first batch of Malay students who completed the Higher School Certificate examinations in the Malay medium was admitted to the University of Singapore The Malay Studies Department was established with Dr Syed Hussein Alatas as Head to offer courses in both the Malay and English medium The University of Singapore expanded the Departments of Chinese Language and Literature and Malay Studies and reintroduced the course in Indian Studies to be in line with the University s policy of giving equal treatment for the four main streams of education The Department of Applied Social Studies was renamed the Department of Social Work and Social Administration A Coronary care unit was set up in the Faculty of Medicine the first such facility in the region Oei Tiong Ham Hall named after sugar tycoon Oei Tiong Ham for his contribution of 150 000 to Raffles College in 1919 was renamed the Oei Tiong Ham Building after extensions to the hall Benefactions Kwek Hong Png of Hong Leong Co Ltd and his brothers donated 10 000 to the University in memory of their late mother Madame Yap Kan Neo The Ford Foundation gave 366 253 to strengthen the University Library and the Economic Research Centre The Singapore Turf Club donated 172 000 for the Coronary Care Service and other purposes The National Institutes of Health 64 668 36 the Population Council 38 095 24 THE World Health Organization 21 210 the Asia Foundation 19 224 Lee Foundation 18 901 Mr Shum Yip Leong 15 000 Mr K P Thio 15 000 numerous individuals 13 224 the Pfizer Corporation 12 880 and the Rockefeller Foundation 12 576 33 gave the University significant donations and grants for research and equipment procurement purposes 1968 Developments Dr Toh Chin Chye the Singapore government s Minister for Science and Technology was appointed Vice Chancellor of the University of Singapore The World Health Organization selected Singapore as its Asian regional centre for training and research in immunology located in the Faculty of Medicine in the University of Singapore UNESCO experts submitted a 150 million plan to restructure the University to meet Singapore s economic needs in the 1970s including moving the University to a new campus the establishment of a Faculty of Engineering and the transfer of all the degree courses from the Singapore Polytechnic to the University The School of Postgraduate Medical Studies was established as a separate institution from the Faculty of Medicine Dr Thio Su Mien became the first woman in the history of the University to be elected Dean of the Faculty of Law Benefactions The Ford Foundation gave the University of Singapore two grants totalling 1 581 000 to expand its Law Faculty and improve its Economic Research Centre The Lee Foundation and anonymous donors contributed 432 000 to the Medical Progress Fund Dr Chen Su Lan donated 50 000 to Cardiovascular Research The World Health Organization provided a grant of 30 000 for the Immunology Research and Training Centre Lion s International donated 20 000 for the Artificial Kidney Research Fund Numerous individuals and donors donated about 32 000 for numerous other purposes 1969 Academic Initiatives Two four year Bachelor of Science degree courses in building and estate management a Master of Arts degree course in urban planning a Master of Science course in Systems Engineering and a Masters degree course in Business Administration were introduced The degree courses in Arts Social Sciences and Science were restructured Honours degrees now required four years of study instead of three The duration of medical and dental courses was shortened by one year to five and four years respectively Other developments The University of Singapore conferred Honorary Doctor of Letters on Singapore President and University Chancellor Yusof bin Ishak Eight Asian countries Malaysia Singapore Thailand Indonesia the Philippines Cambodia Laos Vietnam set up the Regional Institute of Higher Education and Development based in the University of Singapore Eminent architect and planner Professor S J Van Embden was appointed as architectural consultant to develop the University s expansion plans The Singapore Polytechnic s Department of Accountancy was combined with the University of Singapore s Department of Business Administration to form the School of Business Administration and Accountancy The Faculty of Engineering and Faculty of Architecture were transferred from Singapore Polytechnic to the University of Singapore but continued to be based in Singapore Polytechnic s Prince Edward Road Campus The Faculty of Architecture was moved to Kinloss House Ladyhill Road to provide more room for the Engineering Faculty The Faculty of Arts and and Faculty of Social Sciences were combined to become the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences The English Department was expanded into the Department of English Language and Literature The Department of Economics was expanded into Department of Economics and Statistics The Lee Kong Chian Language Centre was established from the merger of two language laboratories previously in the School of Education to conduct courses in English Chinese and other Southeast Asian languages Benefactions The Gandhi Centenary celebrations committee presented cheque for 65 000 to the University to create a Gandhi Centenary scholarship for needy and deserving students The Ford Foundation gave the Institute of Southeast Asia Studies a grant of 375 000 Donors to the University during the 1968 69 academic year included the Lee Foundation 114 550 Ford Foundation 222 497 World Health Organization 56 968 and UNESCO 48 520 1970 Academic initiatives The University of Singapore introduced a two year Masters of Architecture postgraduate course in urban planning to meet the demands of national urban renewal programmes The School of Postgraduate Medical Studies began a new degree the Master of Medicine for specialisations in surgery internal medicine paediatrics or obstetrics and gynaecology With the establishment of the degree the University of Singapore was able to train and examine doctors for higher qualifications in these fields without the need to send them abroad A part time two year diploma course in Business Administration was introduced for degree holders to meet demand for management personnel To meet the needs of industry the School of Pharmacy added three new subjects business administration food technology and quality control to its three year Bachelor of Pharmacy degree course which is re designated the Bachelor of Science Pharmacy degree Other developments Professor S J Van Embden UNESCO expert from the Netherlands revealed the Masterplan for the new University of Singapore campus at Kent Ridge where the University s Faculties will all be brought together under one roof The plan also included a new university teaching hospital related to the medical faculty Vice Chancellor Dr Toh Chin Chye announced the setting up of the School of Post graduate Dental Studies to offer postgraduate dental surgery training and the Master of Dental Surgery degree Dr Ronald Victor Lam Associate Professor Dentistry was appointed first director of the school Deputy Vice Chancellor Reginald Quahe opened a new renal unit in the Department of Clinical Medicine to treat kidney patients a major breakthrough in Singapore s battle against kidney disease The Department of Music which would later grow into the Centre for the Arts was established Benefactions Banker and businessman Dato Dr Aw Cheng Chye donated a 25 000 hyperbaric high pressured oxygen chamber to the Department of Orthopaedic Surgery BP Refinery Singapore Pte Ltd donated 10 000 to the Faculty of Engineering for its valuable contributions to industries in the Republic This is the first annual installment of a 30 000 grant by the British oil firm It also donated 10 000 worth of laboratory equipment to the Applied Chemistry Department The ESSO group of companies gave a grant of 90 000 for a pollution survey at Jurong The Ford Foundation gave 370 000 to develop the Engineering Faculty in collaboration with the University of Wisconsin Important donors to the University during the 1969 70 academic year included the Ford Foundation 315 770 the World Health Organization 157 565 the Lee Foundation 133 962 the Singapore Turf Club 31 000 Dato Dr Aw Cheng Chye 26 324 and the Asia Foundation 20 761 1971 Academic initiatives Three new Masters degrees Master of Engineering Master of Science Building and Master of Science Estate Management were instituted The Faculty of Dentistry was re organised into three departments Department of Oral Surgery Department of Operative Dentistry and Department of Prosthetic Dentistry The Department of Medicine and Department of Clinical Medicine were merged into the Department of Medicine Other developments The President of Singapore Benjamin H Sheares became the new Chancellor of the University of Singapore after the passing of the previous Chancellor Inche Yusof bin Ishak The three semester system beginning in May was changed to a two semester system beginning in July to enable all first year students to complete part of their national service commitments The University of Singapore Development Unit was formed to work on the plans for the new University of Singapore campus in Kent Ridge The Unit included professional staff from the Housing and Development Board and the Public Works Department and staff from the Faculties of Architecture and Engineering The Singapore University Press with a full time editor was established to take over the activities of the Singapore branch of the University of Malaya Press Benefactions Lee Foundation Reuben Meyer Trust Fund and the Singapore Turf Club donated a 55 000 X ray intensifier machine to the Orthopaedic Surgery Department Benefactors for the academic year 1970 71 included World Health Organization 136 814 69 Esso Singapore Pte Ltd 90 000 UNESCO 81 910 Asia Foundation 68 181 Lee Foundation 66 490 57 Ministry of Science and Technology 50 052 These donations amounted to 493 448 26 1972 Academic initiatives The Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences offered three new courses music as an extra curricular activity statistics as a major discipline and Chinese studies as a minor for non Chinese medium undergraduates A new Industrial and Systems Engineering Department in the Engineering Faculty and a Department of Anaesthetics in the Faculty of Medicine were established The Faculty of Architecture was renamed the Faculty of Architecture and Building The Department of English was renamed the Department of English Language and Literature The sub department of Statistics was abolished and incorporated into the Department of Economics which was renamed the Department of Economics and Statistics Other developments Dr Toh Chin Chye officiated at a ground breaking ceremony for the new University of Singapore campus site at Kent Ridge The World Bank made a 28 5million loan to Singapore to help finance the expansion and relocation of the University of Singapore Deputy Vice Chancellor Reginald Quahe opened the 195 000 University of Singapore Laboratory Animals Centre in Lorong Chencharu off Sembawang Road to provide an adequate supply of laboratory animals for research and for educational purposes The facility was funded by a grant from the Singapore government and donations 10 000 from Hong Leong Company for construction and the China Medical Board 30 000 for equipment Mr Runme Shaw opened the Unit on Human Reproduction set up by the Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology at the Kandang Kerbau Hospital for Women designated one of the ten World Health Organization WHO Clinical Research Centres on Human Reproduction The School of Education was closed and merged with the Teacher s Training College The University of Singapore s Master of Medicine degrees in internal medicine paediatrics and surgery were recognised in Australia and New Zealand as being equal to British Canada and American degrees Benefactions The University of Singapore received 13 700 from the Australian Asian Universities Co operation Scheme for equipment for its mushroom breeding research project Renowned news photographer Terence Khoo killed in South Vietnam bequeathed in his will one third of US 25 000 insurance money due to him to the University of Singapore to set up a medical research fund for undergraduates The Singapore Indian Chamber of Commerce presented 22 000 to the Obstetrics and Gynaecology Department for a foetal heart monitor Donors to the University for the academic year 1971 72 included the World Health Organization 252 500 the Singapore Turf Club 75 000 UNESCO 50 000 Ford Foundation 30 000 SEAMEO 24 000 U S Army Research Development 18 000 the Australian Vice Chancellor s Committee 14 500 and the Ministry of Science Technology 12 000 These donations amounted to 223 750 1973 Academic initiatives The Department of Social Work and Social Administration was renamed the Department of Social Work Courses in Social Work and Social Administration were integrated under the title of Social Work A degree course for Social Work replaced the previous Diploma in Social Studies The Department of Bacteriology was renamed the Department of Microbiology The Master of Science degree in Occupational Medicine the first such course in Southeast Asia was introduced The Diploma in Public Health was renamed the Master of Medicine Public Health degree Music was offered as a minor subject A Master of Science Industrial Engineering course replaced the existing Master of Science Systems Engineering course Other developments The University of Singapore and Nanyang University set up a joint admission committee to administer the admission of students to both universities so as to foster better ties between both institutions Benefactions Pfizer Pte Ltd donated 13 000 to the University of Singapore s Physiology Department for a blood research project on physical disorders and abnormalities Donors to the University for academic year 1972 1973 included China Medical Board 472 129 68 World Health Organization 413 139 03 Jee Investments Co Pte Ltd 308 490 Singapore Turf Club 60 0000 Lee Foundation 49 788 Ministry of Overseas Development 38 780 02 Ministry of Science and Technology 26 800 Terence Khoo 22 932 20 Singapore Indian Chamber of Commerce 22 411 15 International Labour Office 20 848 81 Pathfinder Fund 20 796 09 E C A F E 16 638 SEAMEO 14 389 45 the National Kidney Foundation 13 380 89 the International Development Research Centre 10 655 61 Mr S K Lee 10 600 Asia Foundation 10 200 Mr Lee Sian Teck 10 000 and Rank Xerox 10 000 These amounted to 1551978 93 1974 Academic initiatives The School of Pharmacy was re established as a department within the Faculty of Science A postgraduate practical course in Law was conducted for the first time by the Faculty of Law The Master of Pharmacy degree was re designated as the Master of Science Pharmacy degree Benefactions The Straits Steamship Co Ltd donated 50 000 to provide scholarships for third year students in various faculties Haw Par Brothers International Ltd donated 20 000 for the establishment of the Aw Cheng Chye post graduate medical fellowships in memory of the late Dr Aw Cheng Chye Donors for the academic year of 1973 1974 included China Medical Board 866 578 35 World Health Organization 356 481 63 Jee s Investments Co Ltd 150 000 Singapore Turf Club 82 000 International Development Research Centre 80 637 60 Ministry of Overseas Development and Administration 80 533 46 Mitsui Bank 79 500 Ministry of Science and Technology 58 982 07 UNESCO 45 418 35 National Institute of Child Health and Human Development 41 149 14 Lee Foundation 38 872 Searle International Co 37 200 U S Army Research and Development Group 36 984 67 the Pathfinder Fund 35 488 05 the Ford Foundation 26 438 54 University of Singapore Students Union 25 1000 the Chase Manhattan Bank 25 000 the Wellcome Trust 24 363 01 Asia Foundation 23 437 65 The UpJohn Company 18 302 60 Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organization 17 400 Biotrop 16 616 95 the International Atomic Energy Agency 15 211 05 National Sports Promotion Board 14 281 22 Robin S K Loh 13 500 Pfizer Pte Ltd 13 000 Ministry of Health 12 500 Professor S Karim 11 000 the Population Council Inc 10 724 04 S K Lee 10 000 Lee Sian Teck Chartered Architects 10 000 These donations amounted to 2 276 700 38 1975 Academic initiatives The new Department of Chemical Engineering began a four year course in Chemical Engineering to replace the existing course in Applied Chemistry in the Faculty of Science A postgraduate course leading to the Master of Science Construction Engineering was introduced Other developments The Singapore Parliament passed the University of Singapore Amendment Bill Vice Chancellor Dr Toh Chin Chye relinquished his position to take over the Ministry of Health portfolio Dr Kwan Sai Kheong Deputy Vice Chancellor replaced him as Vice Chancellor The University of Singapore and Nanyang University jointly hosted the Fourth Commonwealth Conference of Registrars of the Universities of Southeast Asia and Pacific Area The Faculty of Medicine celebrated 70 years of medical education in Singapore with a medical exhibition Benefactions The Chairman of the Overseas Chinese Banking Corporation Mr Tan Chin Tuan gave the University 800 000 to set up a Tan Chin Tuan professorship scheme in banking and finance Donations received for academic year 1974 75 include The Education Fund Ministry of Education 3 000 000 China Medical Board 952 261 54 USA Agency for International Development 381 940 96 World Health Organization 366 666 78 Singapore Turf Club 303 117 International Development Research Centre 143 607 06 International Agency for Research on Cancer 87 198 75 Ministry of Overseas Development United Kingdom 84 828 20 United States Army Research and Development Group Far East 84 150 55 Overseas Chinese Banking Corporation 75 000 Wellcome Trust 73 332 36 Ministry of Science and Technology 56 350 Pathfinder Fund 47 621 02 Robin Shipyard Pte Ltd 40

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  • NUS - 1955
    Institute NUS Learning Environment Centre for Development of Teaching Learning Centre for English Language Communication Centre for Instructional Technology NUS Teaching Academy University Town Research Enterprise Campus Life Student Activities Clubs Societies NUS Students Union Sports NUS Student Life Student Support Student Service Centre International Student Services Health Counselling Services Careers Employment Arts Culture NUS Centre For the Arts Museum Yong Siew Toh Conservatory of Music Accommodation Students Staff Guests

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