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A private display for Prince Andrew took place at the British High Commission took place on 13th June 2017

Singapore, CARES C4T demonstrates J-Park Simulator, the next generation modelling tool for eco-industrial parks at a private display ‘Science is Great' event hosted at the British High Commission

A private display for Prince Andrew took place at the British High Commission took place on 13th June 2017.  CARES C4T staff, including Prof Markus Kraft (CARES Director) demonstrated the J-Park Simulator, the overarching flagship activity of CARES’ Carbon Reduction in Chemical Technologies (C4T) research programme.  Click here for more details.

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"The event was a great success and we were delighted to welcome audience with very different backgrounds. We see this as a valuable opportunity to network and share ideas about developments of CARES C4T program and J-Park Simulator." Ms Mei Qi Lim

The event, intended to act as a showcase for UK science strengths and partnership, was attended by an audience of around 250  high level Singaporean, British and international VIPs and delegates followed by a private display for Prince Andrew the next day. CARES C4T staff, including Prof Markus Kraft (CARES Director),  Prof Jan Maciejowski (PI, IRP4, University of Cambridge), Ms Joy Haughton (CARES Programme Manager), Janusz Sikorski (PhD student, IRP3, Cambridge-CARES *), Leonardus Kevin Aditya (Project Officer, IRP3, NTU) and Shaocong Zhang (Java Developer, IRP3, NTU) attended and Ms Mei Qi Lim, (Project Officer, IRP3, NTU) demonstrated the J-Park Simulator, the overarching flagship activity of  CARES’ Carbon Reduction in Chemical Technologies (C4T) research programme....more