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A team of scientists from NUS comprising (left to right) Prof Prakash Kumar, Prof Manjunatha Kini, Dr Li Jianwei and Dr Pannaga Krishnamurthy, has developed a new class of artificial water channels for more efficient industrial water purification. Photo courtesy NUSNews

A team led by scientists from the National University of Singapore’s (NUS) Department of Biological Sciences in collaboration with the French Centre for Scientific Research (CNRS) has successfully synthesised a …

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Aquaporin membrane

Danish company Aquaporin A/S, an innovative water technology company dedicated to rethinking water filtration with biotechnology, announced that Aquaporin and PUB, Singapore’s National Water Agency, are partnering to develop the …

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Porometer, a leading provider of pore size measurement solutions, has announced the launch of its latest product, the POROLUX™ Revo. Building on its reputation for innovation and cutting-edge technology, Porometer …

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Sulzer Chemtech’s advanced separation technologies are being used to enable the world’s first commercial scale e-methanol plant, constructed by European Energy. The innovative facility, in Kassø, Aabenraa, Denmark, will produce …

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900 Series Multi-Parameter Monitor / Controller

Myron L® Company’s new 900 Series Multi-Parameter Monitor / Controllers combine Accuracy, Reliability, Simplicity, and Flexibility. The user intuitive GUI (Graphical User Interface) allows easy and complete programmability of the …

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