NTU Singapore partners the French Alternative Energies and Atomic Energy Commission to develop innovative e-waste recycling technologies

NTU Singapore partners the French Alternative Energies and Atomic Energy Commission to develop innovative e-waste recycling technologies

With e-waste rapidly becoming the world’s fastest-growing trash stream, efficient solutions in recycling and recovery are critical. The collaboration’s four research thrusts will explore less energy-intensive and less toxic methods than currently exist. The pair will also collaborate with Singapore’s National Environment Agency (NEA) to set up the Singapore CEA Alliance for Research in Circular Economy (SCARCE).

Indonesia to build telecommunications towers to provide access to Seruyan

Indonesia to build telecommunications towers to provide access to Seruyan

Ministry
of Communications and Informatics aims to better access of mobile networks in
Seruyan and simultaneously accelerate development in the region. The limited
access to telecommunications networks have restricted people from commercially benefiting
from the abundant natural resources.

EXCLUSIVE – Expert shares insights on the changing cybersecurity landscape in Asia Pacific region

EXCLUSIVE – Expert shares insights on the changing cybersecurity landscape in Asia Pacific region

Interconnection has never been so easy and convenient as it is now and is
only posed to get easier. New technology, digital systems and adoption of IoT
has had a huge impact in lives, relationships, work and business across the
globe. While this has opened up new horizons and avenues for growth and
development, it also creates serious cybersecurity threats and risks for businesses and individuals.

Australian Maritime College to collaborate for naval sonar test facility in Tasmania

Australian Maritime College to collaborate for naval sonar test facility in Tasmania

The collaborative effort aims to develop deep-water
lakes in Tasmania as sonar testing facility for submarine and ships. The development
will bring industry, government and education institutes  create stronger R & D relationships to drive
Australia’s hydrodynamic testing facilities and establish Australia globally in
this field.