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Applied Research and Translation

One of the challenges for commercialisation of IP-protected novel technologies, is the translation and bridging the gap between laboratory processes, results and testing, and full-scale final product.

This comprises several key challenges, including scaling up component materials and equipment, system level thinking, and testing at pilot scale in an actual application setting.

NEWRI‘s ART (Applied Research and Translation) leads and facilitates the bridging process in three domains:  Waste Water Applied Research Translation (WW-ART),  Waste–to-Energy Applied Research Translation (WtE-ART) and through Separation Technologies Applied Research Translation (START), a national entity,  funded separately  by EDB and supported through  NTUitive, NTU’s  innovation and enterprise company,  to develop and commercialise innovative separation and filtration technologies across Singapore. It is associated with NEWRI and has taken up some of NEWRI membrane IPs for higher scale development.​​





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