Researchers identify a high-efficiency approach that can cut greenhouse gas emissions from plastics and fertiliser manufacturing.
Researchers create a new recyclable, eco-friendly class of plastics derived from natural sugar molecules to address the plastic waste crisis.
Artificial intelligence could help speed up the discovery and development of materials towards a greener future.
Researchers identify an easy-to-recycle plastic alternative for use in electronics, making strides towards a circular economy.
To meet Singapore’s goal of sustainable food production, the trio behind the A*STAR spinoff Meatiply reveals their journey in building the company and developing alternative proteins.
Researchers developed a new technique for manufacturing powerful and versatile synthetic catalysts.
Harnessing her expertise in materials chemistry, Lili Zhang of ISCE2 is tapping into the power of carbon-based materials to foster sustainable development across industries.
A*STAR scientists lay the foundations for a circular economy using worms that turn plastics into fertiliser.
A*STAR scientists uncover surprising truths behind biodegradable face masks, prompting the need for greener alternatives.
New technologies that turn plant proteins into better ingredients and food items could help feed the growing human population with less impact on natural resources.
Mapping the life cycle of biodegradable polymers can help manufacturers make data-driven decisions on the most sustainable production practices.
By knowing the environmental impact of reusable and single-use face masks, policymakers can make data-driven decisions on their use in Singapore.