Innovation

BROWSE NEWS

2023

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

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.

New applied research projects

SIT Embarks on New Research Initiatives

SIT recently embarked on new applied research projects with the aim to advance the intersection of health and environment, pharmaceutical manufacturing and AI-driven education tech.

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Agrocorp launches Singapore’s first plant-based, nut-free cheese with SIT's support

HerbY-Cheese made possible through collaborative research in sustainable plant protein extraction

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How Two Brands Created a Recipe for Success at FoodPlant

From equipment to expertise, FoodPlant provides the ''ingredients'' that local food manufacturers need to innovate and scale their businesses.

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Food & Nutrition: Research and Technology

Singapore Institute of Technology’s Vice President (Applied Research), A/Prof Susanna Leong, shares some insights in the importance of food science and technology and how the university is driving research in these key areas.

Cong Zhu at work

A Progressive Career Path from IWSP

From an intern to a full-time employee and now, a team lead; the IWSP experience fast-tracked the career path of this SITizen.

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‘Snacking it Right’ for Sustainability

Three final-year student groups were recognised for their outstanding innovations at the annual Food Technology Project Exhibition and Industry Engagement Day.

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Mapletree Challenge: Grooming NextGen Sustainability Stewards

The Mapletree Challenge 2023 is an innovative competition that seeks to groom the next generation of sustainability stewards by nurturing entrepreneurship, problem-solving, and presentation skills among SIT undergraduates.

Cesar Harada

Servant of the Seas

Associate Professor Cesar Jung-Harada immerses the public in ocean technology with a residency at ArtScience Museum.