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FOR all the technological progress the world has ushered in, access to clean drinking water remains a problem that still affects developing nations.


The Sri Lanka Institute of Nanotechnology (Slintec), in collaboration with Monash University Malaysia and Newcastle University, has developed Poseidon, a portable filtration device that can be fitted to a water bottle. This allows people who are deprived of access to clean water to filter what they drink.


Read more at Star Malaysia: bit.ly/2UvM0S3



Global Seafoods Ltd. (GSF) has signed a research agreement with the Sri Lanka Institute of Nanotechnology (SLINTEC) to develop and introduce a sustainable fish and seafood packaging solution, which will replace Styrofoam. 


SLINTEC has engaged with GSF for this research project to address the Styrofoam problem by introducing a new biodegradable packaging material. GSF is committed to sustainability, sourcing and processing seafood responsibly to protect the natural resources while delivering Freshness and Food Safety to the consumer. 


Two of SLINTEC's technologies - High Efficacy Nano-sulfur fungicide and Titanium-Based Hydrophobic Coating with Self-Cleaning, UV-Blocking, Antifogging Properties - are now on offer at IPI Singapore.

Intellectual Property Intermediary (IPI) was established under Singapore’s Ministry of Trade and Industry. IPI is a global technology transfer platform that focuses on industry needs and translates their innovation objectives into specific technology requirements to enable enterprises to develop new processes, products and services.