skip to content

CARES

 

News

 

Focus on Impact: Doing More With Less

Focus on Impact: Doing More With Less

In the first of a CARES C4T series of short articles focusing on the potential real world impact of the programme’s research, Dr Joymala MOIRANGTHEM (Research Fellow, IRP4, NUS), explores the implications of smarter power extraction techniques on chemical industrial parks.

Read more

"2016 is a very exciting year for CARES C4T", says Prof Markus Kraft, CARES Director

The first part of 2016 has been an exciting time for CARES C4T. In November 2015, we moved to our dedicated offices in the CREATE Tower. This allowed all members of the programme to sit together for the first time and has already had highly significant positive benefits for our collaborative efforts.

Read more

CARES Seminar: J-Park Simulator: The roadmap to a smart industrial park

CARES C4T is pleased to announce a seminar given by Prof Markus Kraft, CARES Director.

J-Park Simulator: The roadmap to a smart industrial park

Thursday 12th May 2016

5pm – 7pm, CREATE Seminar Room (Level 2), CREATE Tower, 1 Create Way, Singapore

Followed by casual drinks and snacks

Read more

CARES Director speaking at World Economic Forum in Davos

CARES Director speaking at World Economic Forum in Davos, February 2016

Read more

CARES Visiting Scientist Seminar: Scalable gas-phase synthesis of functional nanoparticles based on a detailed understanding of precursor chemistry and particle growth

CARES C4T is delighted to announce the first seminar under the CARES C4T Visiting Scientists Programme, given by Prof. Dr. Christof Schulz of the Institute for Combustion and Gas Dynamics – Reactive Fluids (IVG), and CENIDE, Center for Nanointegration Duisburg-Essen, University of Duisburg-Essen.

Read more

CARES Seminar: Sensitivity, robustness, and modulation of neuronal behaviors: a feedback story

CARES C4T is pleased to announce a seminar given by Prof Rodolphe Sepulchre, visiting the programme from University of Cambridge.

Sensitivity, robustness, and modulation of neuronal behaviors: a feedback story

Friday 29th Jan 2016

2pm – 3pm, CREATE Seminar Room (Level 2), CREATE Tower, 1 Create Way, Singapore

Read more

A New Home for CARES C4T at the CREATE Tower!

CARES C4T is delighted to announce that the programme has now moved to its long-term home in the CREATE Tower, on the NUS University Town site in Singapore. The CARES C4T offices on Level 5 of the building welcomed CARES C4T staff and researchers for the first time on November 17th 2015.

Read more
 

C4T publishes 3rd Biannual Research Report

The 3rd C4T Biannual Research Report is now available to download. Previous reports can be here.

Read more

C4T hosts first Advanced Electrochemical Techniques Course

The inaugural Advanced Electrochemical Techniques Programme (AETP), was hosted by the Cambridge Centre for Carbon Reduction in Chemical Technology (C4T), situated on the Campus for Research Excellence and Technological Enterprise (CREATE).  The 2015 course was attended by local industrialists, C4T researchers from Singapore and the UK, and instrument manufacturer Metrohm.

Read more

Global Technologies Programme visits C4T

The Global Chemical Technologies Programme (GCTP), was hosted by the Cambridge Centre for Carbon Reduction in Chemical Technology (C4T) in Singapore in July 2015. The programme also visited Beijing University of Chemical Technology and the Department of Chemical Engineering & Biotechnology, Cambridge.

Read more

Pages