Applied Research & Innovation




Fostering Sustainability Through Education

The Singapore Institute of Technology (SIT) supports Singapore’s bid to promote sustainable development across industries.

SST Students working on prototype

Equipping Young Talents with In-Demand Tech Skills at Discover Camp 

Students from the School of Science and Technology enjoyed an immersive and unique out-of-classroom experience at SIT.


SITizens received the T-Up Eagles Award

Elevating Efficiency and Bridging the Gap: T-Up Eagles Award

SITizens recognised for creating value in their IWSP companies by improving workflow processes


Making Net Zero Buildings in Singapore a Reality

Prof Lock Kai Sang, who heads the Energy Efficiency Technology Centre at SIT, spoke at the Singapore International Energy Week 2023 Thinktank Roundtable on "Net Zero Buildings in Singapore, Is It Achievable?".


This Doctoral Student is Learning to Build Buildings for Better Living

After 20 years working in the built environment sector, Ho Chee Kit is back in school to acquire new knowledge to uplift the industry with SIT’s Doctor of Engineering programme.


All Charged Up: Classic Car Dealer Pursues Doctorate to Develop EV Battery Health Tester

Tan Lu Han enrolled in SIT’s Doctor of Engineering programme to build novel low-cost and rapid testing device for second-hand electric vehicle (EV) batteries.

Atera Water,  NTU Singapore and SIT collaboration

Local Start-up Atera Water, NTU Singapore and SIT to Make Large-scale Clean Water Production More Affordable for Developing Nations

SIT and Atera developed TeraStream, an innovative water treatment system.

SITizen Poh Yihao, MEng

A Journey of Innovation and Lifelong Learning

Poh Yihao shares why he chose to embark on the Master of Engineering programme at SIT despite the challenges of juggling work and study.


Transforming Manufacturing in Singapore and Beyond

Associate Professor Yee Fook Cheong is shaping the future of manufacturing as the first Academia Fellow of the International Centre for Industrial Transformation.

Physical activities

MOTIVATE: Empowering Stroke Survivors to Stay Physically Active

Co-designed with stroke survivors, MOTIVATE is a multisector collaborative initiative for stroke recovery led by the Singapore Institute of Technology