CNA's Building Our Tommorrow: 3D printing residential blocks of the future
New ground in construction by 3D printing with recycled materials.
BT: S$220m to go towards research in water technologies, sustainable resources
government has allocated around S$220 million to drive new initiatives in water technologies and resource circularity - that is, reusing and recycling resources
NEWRIComm helping with Nepal's water woes
A constructed clean water facility for children at the Shree Janta Secondary School and their communities.
When water hides an invisible threat
The scars of arsenic poisoning in Nepal, and hope for new 'change-makers'
New membranes could enhance efficiency of desalination process
PUB trails, if successful, will boost water and energy security
Assoc. Professor Zhou Yan awarded the 2021 L'Oreal Singapore For Women in Science National Fellowship Award
Congratulations to Assoc. Professor Zhou Yan for her contribution in sustainable bioprocess development for energy and resources recovery
BBC Unlocking Science - Trash to Treasure
Thinking more responsibly about what we consume and how we dispose of it, raises questions about what is actually recyclable.
Scientists discover potential ‘cure’ for asthma in dust
Chemical compound found to be effective in preventing asthma when tested on human lung cell cultures.
Turning waste ash into carbon capture technology
Scientists from NTU have developed a new way to turn ash generated from its waste treatment facility, into sorbents that can capture carbon dioxide from exhaust fumes.
Congratulations to Prof Law Wing-Keung, Adrian on the award of research project with JFE Engineering Corporation
Project Title: Development of Soft Sensors with the Aid of Machine Learning (ML)
Prof Wang Rong listed in Singapore 100 Women In Tech (SG100WIT) 2021
Prof Wang Rong has been listed in the latest Singapore 100 Women In Tech (SG100WIT) 2021. SG100WIT recipients needed to demonstrate tech expertise, leadership and vision, and community advocacy.
2021 Singapore International Chamber of Commerce (SICC) Awards - Congratulations to Prof Harianto Rahardjo (NTU), Ms Jernice Kew (HDB) and Mr Chua Yuan Shen (Hocklim Engineering Pte Ltd)
Congratulations to the project team for winning the ‘2021 SICC Awards: Celebrating Collaborative Innovation! - Most Sustainable Collaboration Category’ for their project ‘GeoBarrier System (GBS)’.
NWRI selects Prof Shane A. Snyder for 2021 Clarke Prize
The National Water Research Institute (NWRI) recognized the water reuse pioneer for his significant contributions to state of the science, with one of the most prestigious water awards in the world.
Identifying COVID-19 outbreaks: Prof Shane Snyder
Using the Institute’s expertise in wastewater management and knowledge of Singapore’s complex sewage collection system to monitor the prevalence of SARS-CoV-2 infection in the population.
Portable device that creates 3D images of skin in 10 minutes
The made-in-NTU prototype is developed at a fraction of the cost of devices with comparable technologies.
Prof Fei Xunchang receives the 2021 Arthur Casagrande Professional Development Award
He was awarded for his significant contributions to geotechnical engineering research and for his pursuit of novel solutions to pressing geoenvironmental problems.
Plastic bags more EcoFriendly than paper and cotton bags
In a well-structured, closed metropolitan waste management system with incineration treatment, using plastic bags may be the best option that is currently available. Read it on todayonline.com
Innovative engineered solutions for the water and environmental markets
With Research - Engineering - Deployment (RED) as our guiding philosophy, NEWRI harnesses the value of our efficient, reuse innovations and natural waste to create an impact, through industrial and CSR projects, to develop a truly circular economy.
Robust engineering coupled with industry-level translation
NEWRI supports Singapore’s national water and environmental priorities, combining deep research and robust engineering to pilot and deploy water- and waste-saving innovations at full scale in real-life settings.
Collaborations across > 120 industries and > 45 institutions
The research arm of NEWRI looks at real-life problems from a fundamental science perspective and devises practical solutions. Our deep research encompasses five domains:
Translating and applying mathematical models and visualisationsModelling and Artificial Intelligence
NEWRI Research Facility
Learn about our facility, our capabilities and the interesting work we do at a glance.
Waste-To-Energy Research Facility Introduction
The research facility serves as an open platform for research, translation, demonstration and test-bedding WtE technologies.