REDUCING INDUSTRY’S CARBON FOOTPRINT
through cutting-edge research and innovation, with a focus on Singapore
The Cambridge Centre for Advanced Research and Education in Singapore (CARES) is the University of Cambridge’s first overseas research centre. Cambridge CARES is based in Singapore and brings together researchers from around the world to work on new scientific advances and technologies that will benefit Singapore and the international community.
The Cambridge Centre for Carbon Reduction in Chemical Technology (C4T) is the first interdisciplinary research group administered by CARES.
eCO₂EP is CARES’ first Intra-CREATE project, a collaboration with University of California, Berkeley’s presence in Singaore (BEARS). It is a three-year programme to develop ways of transforming carbon dioxide (CO₂) emitted as part of the industrial process into compounds that are useful in the chemical industry supply chain.
The J-Park Simulator (JPS) brings together for the first time cross-domain modelling and data storage with an ontology-based expert system to produce a next-generation tool for the design, analysis and operation optimisation of eco-industrial parks.
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Professor Chris Abell FRS, FMedSci (1957 – 2020)
Cambridge CARES was very sad to hear that Professor Chris Abell has passed away.
Empowering consumers to connect with their energy providers
A new collaboration will allow Singapore consumers to more easily manage their energy costs.
Cambridge University and Nanyang Technological University, Singapore establish new research centre to support lifelong learning
A new research centre focused on improving support for lifelong learning opened on 1 October.
CARES releases its 12th scientific report
Prof Markus Kraft presents CARES' 12th Biannual Research Report.
Application of MOFs and zeolites in separation
Carbon dioxide gas separation can be achieved through "molecular sieving".