Urban Solutions and Sustainability (USS)
A*STAR’s steady investments in R&D and talent create the ideal conditions for impactful science, says its Chief Executive Officer Frederick Chew.
Mapping the life cycle of biodegradable polymers can help manufacturers make data-driven decisions on the most sustainable production practices.
Next-generation self-healing polymers use eco-friendly building blocks and manufacturing processes, providing superior durability and longevity to the materials they coat.
Embedding chemical impurities into zinc-ion batteries boosts their performance and prolongs battery life.
By knowing the environmental impact of reusable and single-use face masks, policymakers can make data-driven decisions on their use in Singapore.
A*STAR scientists are developing the next generation of self-sanitizing surfaces by mimicking nanostructures on cicada wings.
Scientists develop a technique for performing advanced infrared microscopy using off-the-shelf cameras built for visible light.
A deep learning technique developed by A*STAR researchers uses WiFi data to help robots find their way around.
Nuclear fusion could provide Singapore—and the rest of the world—with a safe and clean source of energy, says A*STAR National Science Scholar Valerian Hall-Chen.
Quantifying where and when communities use dockless bike-share systems could help operators and urban planners design more biking-friendly cities.
Encapsulating sun-blocking pigment particles within polymer shells can improve their ability to reflect light, leading to the enhanced cooling performance of coatings.