Tagged: Water and Sustainability

Second skin

Wearable technology is an emerging interdisciplinary field that brings together artists, designers, scientists and humanists from various fields and perspectives. Clothing acts as a textile interface and creates new possibilities for sensing, processing, performance, displaying and the merging of body and environment.

Making a splash in 3D printing

NTU’s water technology start-up Nano Sun has opened a 3D-printing facility to manufacture nanofibre-based water treatment membranes. Unlike conventional membrane-manufacturing processes, which use more than ten different chemicals including toxic...

Giving waste a second life

Methods that remove and recycle organic pollutants from industrial wastewater are usually complex and costly. Thanks to a new material invented by Prof Zhang Hua from NTU’s School of Materials...