To build and grow Singapore’s economy, the country pursues a smart nation strategy that encourages innovation and collaboration between citizens and companies to improve growth and the lives of people.
CSIRO and AEMO’s latest 2021-22 report confirmed past years’ findings that solar and wind are the cheapest, even when considering their additional integration costs such as storage and transmission.
Local government units have been urged to adopt digital technologies in tax administration and their other business processes for greater revenue generation and mobilisation capabilities under the new normal.
Climate change and the availability of water and renewable and locally generated energy are driving interest in carbon-neutral data centres.
ANSTO and the Powerhouse Museum will collaborate on research projects, establish an Indigenous Cultural Research Scholarship and combine efforts on STEM outreach activities.
The airline has a goal of net-zero carbon emissions by 2050 and aims to find long-term partners in developing “novel propulsion”, encompassing emerging tech including battery-electric, hydrogen combustion and hybrid.
The nation aims to solidify the foundation of the big data industry by accelerating the cultivation of the data element market and harnessing the advantages unique to big data into important driving forces.
At a recent symposium that highlighted the latest developments and innovations in biotechnology in Malaysia, a MOSTI Minister noted that a further push is needed to drive the region’s bio-economy.
The two nations have established a new bilateral cooperation framework to develop commercial programs and strengthen critical technology supply chains.