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Shell teams with National University of Singapore to develop fuels from CO2

Shell teams with National University of Singapore to develop fuels from CO2

May 17, 2021 |

In Singapore, researchers from the National University of Singapore (NUS) and international energy giant Shell will jointly develop novel processes to use carbon dioxide, a byproduct of industrial processes, to produce fuels and chemicals for the energy industry. Supported by the National Research Foundation Singapore (NRF), this S$4.6 million research program was formalized by all […]

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NUS researchers developed world’s first water treatment techniques using apple and tomato peels

NUS researchers developed world’s first water treatment techniques using apple and tomato peels

July 25, 2013 |

In Singapore, National University of Singapore PhD candidate, Mr Ramakrishna Mallampati experimented with water treatment techniques using materials that are easily available, and came up with novel ways to purify water using apple and tomato peels. This is the first time that the peels of the two fruits have been used to remove different types […]

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