Wednesday, 18 December 2013
NEWRI-NTU partners Agilent in wastewater treatment research

Click here to read the news release from NTU Corporate Communications Office.


Monday, 09 December 2013
NEWRI Newsletter Issue #04




Thursday, 28 November 2013
NTU-NEWRI and the National University of Laos (NUOL) to set up centre on environmental management in Vientiane


Click here to read the news release from NTU Corporate Communications Office.

The news is also featured in the following media:

The Business Times, 27 Nov 2013, Page 16
The Business Times online, 27 Nov 2013
Channel NewsAsia online, 26 Nov 2013
XinMSN, 26 Nov 2013
Vientiane Times, 22 Nov 2013, Page 2
938 LIVE, 26 Nov 2013



Monday, 25 November 2013
Career Opportunities with NEWRI

NEWRI is looking for suitable candidates as Research Fellow (NEWRI-AEBC) and Senior Research Fellow (NEWRI).

Interested applicants may click here for more information.



Thursday, 7 November 2013
NEWRI helps clean energy start-ups

NEWRI is one of the first research institutes to partner the Sustainable Energy Association of Singapore (SEAS) in its Cleantech Incubator / Accelerator programme. Through this new initiative, NEWRI shall provide research & development expertise to local clean-tech firms to develop green technologies. The incubator will be housed in the same building as NEWRI – CleanTech One.



This announcement was made at the Asia Future Energy Forum, part of the annual Singapore International Energy Week, on 29 Oct 2013 and the story was repo
rted in: AsianPower, Asiaone Business, Eco-Business.com, GreenSingapore.com, and The Straits Times.

Click here to read the articles.



Tuesday, 29 October 2013
BBC Coverage of NEWRI-R3C's No-Mix Toilet Project

BBC’s flagship technology programme ‘Click’ featured NTU researchers who have been working on ways to make towns and cities more sustainable by taking waste from housing and turning it into energy. The team created a new type of toilet system which turns human waste into biogas - which can be used for cooking and generating electricity - and biodiesel. The process works best if liquid and solid wastes are kept apart, hence the system has been called the no-mix loo. Solid waste is mixed with food waste to produce bio-gas, while left-over water from the process is used to grow micro algae which produces bio-diesel. The first such toilet is already installed on NTU’s campus.

Click here to read the BBC news article.
This news is also carried in The Daily Star and Dailyme.com

Above story is initiated by NTU Corporate Communications Office.
Click here to see earlier coverage.



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