The Future is Fermentation
Going beyond gut health to boost global food security Fermentation can do more than make food taste better and last longer—it may hold the key to building a more resilient, sustainable global food system.   What do kimchi, kombucha, and kefir have in common? They are all tasty, fermented foods widely known for their health benefits. An age-old food preservation...
Interview with Pioneer Environmental Technology
[CLIENT INTERVIEW] I remember our first meeting with IPI at Singapore International Water Week in 2012. At the time, Pioneer Environmental Technology (Pioneer) was looking for a partner to evaluate the performance of ceramic membranes, found in our filtration systems for solid-liquid and liquid-liquid separation. Our company specialises in products and services for water and wastewater treatment, including the provision...
Interview with Neeuro
[CLIENT INTERVIEW] Neeuro is a local tech start-up and Agency for Science, Technology and Research (A*STAR) spinoff specialising in the use of Brain-Computer Interface (BCI) technology. Simply put, we harness the potential EEG data (or brain signals) to offer wider mental health options to people grappling with neurological challenges. These include elderly patients facing cognitive decline, stroke patients, and children...
Interview with Jetters Incz.
[CLIENT INTERVIEW] Jetters Incz. is a local company specialising in facility and drainage services. You may have seen our people doing cleaning, maintenance or landscaping operations at industrial buildings, hotels and retail malls. Thanks to TechInnovation 2021, IPI’s flagship technology brokerage event, we were introduced to emerging trends and new opportunities in food waste valorisation. I thought this synergised well...
The Key to Better Corporate Strategies and Communications
IPI Innovation Advisor Mike Amour believes that most SMEs have a great story to tell. But many CEOs and their teams don’t know how to tell that story well…or at all.  As an advertising and marketing veteran, Amour has lived and worked over the past three decades in London, New York, Tokyo, Paris and, since 2004, Singapore, where he has...
Making Vital Signs Monitoring Accessible and Affordable
Boosting healthcare with accessible, non-invasive monitoring Technological advancements can make non-invasive vital signs monitoring available for everyone, removing the inconvenience of traditional monitoring methods.   What do body temperature, blood pressure, pulse and respiration rates have in common? They are all vital signs that indicate human health. Monitoring these vital signs is a common and crucial component of patient care...