Sustainability

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2024

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SIT Introduces Innovative Healthcare and Engineering Programmes to Groom the Next Generation of Future-Ready Talents in Key Sectors

The Singapore Institute of Technology (SIT) is launching new programmes in Health Sciences and Engineering in Academic Year 2024 (AY2024).

2023

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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?".

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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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Spearheading Singapore’s Sustainable Development

Through applied research and industry collaboration, researchers at the Singapore Institute of Technology address sustainability and circularity issues in the key sectors of food, chemical and biotechnology.

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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.

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Servant of the Seas

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

Mapletree Challenge 2023 Winners

Mapletree Challenge 2023 Spotlights SIT’s Budding Entrepreneurs

Six sustainable innovations pitched at The Grand Final

Decarbonisation and Energy Resilience for the Built Environment

Climate change and depleting natural resources have pushed the energy sector, both globally and in Singapore, to embrace more sustainable technologies and practices.

Singapore World Water Day 2023: Every Drop Counts

World Water Day is observed annually on 22 March to highlight the importance of water sustainability. We share how we conserve this precious resource throughout our campus and at ...