water resource management

Singaporean Wins Inaugural WFEO 2018 Young Engineers Competition

Dr. Victor Sim’s winning project involves the use of membrane technology to provide safe and clean water to a town in Myanmar.

Swapping Crops To Ensure Food Security In India

Replacing rice and wheat with crops such as maize, finger millet, pearl millet or sorghum could help India save water and provide its people with more nutritious food.

Carbon Nanotubes Strengthen Desalination Membranes

Adding carbon nanotubes to reverse osmosis membranes helps them withstand chlorine exposure without reducing their desalination abilities.

Nuts And Bolts: Giving Sustainability The Green Light

Companies can embrace sustainability by using these TechOffers to increase resource efficiency and recover resources from waste or pollutants.

A Deep Dive Into Water Management Reform

Cooperation between governments and farmers is essential for irrigation policy and water management in Southeast Asia, says SMU Assistant Professor Jacob Ricks.

Whither The Water?

It may not be the sexiest of topics, but a lack of access to clean water kills over 2,000 children a day.

A Love Of Waterways

PUB Chairman Mr Tan Gee Paw has helped Singapore turn her freshwater scarcity from a vulnerability into a strength.

Water Researchers Recognized At 2015 PSTA

PUB Chairman Mr. Tan Gee Paw and membrane technology research Professor Neal Chung have been recognized at the 2015 President’s Science and Technology Awards.

7 Must-Read Stories In May 2015

From classical music to educational achievements, there are the top stories that captured your attention in May.

Enlisting The Services Of Microbial Communities

Microbes that can break down organic pollutants could play an important role in cleaning the waterways of highly urbanized areas.