Nanyang Technological University (NTU Singapore), in partnership with Enterprise Singapore (ESG), launch the Singapore Agri-Food Innovation Lab (SAIL).
Witnessed by Mr Gan Kim Yong, Minister for Trade and Industry and NTU President Professor Subra Suresh, NTU and ESG signed a collaboration agreement to mark the launch of SAIL, which will serve as a national platform for agri-food innovations that engages and seeds collaborations between corporate partners and small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), start-ups, research institutes, IHLs and startups.
Situated on the NTU campus, SAIL’s research and development capabilities will be backed by expertise from NTU’s Food Science and Technology (FST) program and Nanyang Business School, along with an interdisciplinary team of NTU professors, with specialized knowledge in the areas of food-tech, agri-tech, microbiology, chemistry, nanomaterials, fintech, green finance, supply chain and logistics, consumer trends and business analytics.
Leveraging its extensive business networks, ESG will also be supporting SAIL by facilitating connections with agri-commodity corporates as well as local agritech and food tech SMEs and startups.
For interviews and further information, please contact Joseph Gan at Joseph.Gan@ntu.edu.sg or 8200 0811. Mandarin Chinese speaking interviewees are also available.