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consumers associate higher-pitched commercials with healthier food products

NTU Singapore study

24-May-2022

A team of researchers from Nanyang Technological University, Singapore (NTU Singapore) studying how the acoustic and visual composition of advertisements impact perceptions, has found that consumers associate a higher frequency “sonic logo” with healthier food products. Sonic logos, also termed ...

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Oils from microalgae could replace palm oil in food production

22-Mar-2022

A team of scientists led by Nanyang Technological University, Singapore (NTU Singapore) has developed a method to effectively produce and extract plant-based oils from a type of common microalgae. As the oils produced from the microalgae are edible and have superior properties as those found in ...

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Interdisciplinary team to develop blueprint for sustainable urban food waste management and food systems using black soldier flies

Three-year research project to increase viability and sustainability of food production in Singapore by capturing value in food waste

28-Jan-2022

An interdisciplinary team of scientists and urban designers led by the National University of Singapore (NUS) and the Singapore-ETH Centre (SEC), in collaboration with ETH Zurich and the Nanyang Technological University Singapore (NTU Singapore), aims to develop a blueprint to integrate food ...

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Scientists from NTU Singapore and Harvard University develop smart and sustainable food packaging

Keeping harmful microbes at bay

04-Jan-2022

A team of scientists from Nanyang Technological University, Singapore (NTU Singapore) and Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, US, has developed a ‘smart’ food packaging material that is biodegradable, sustainable and kills microbes that are harmful to humans. It could also extend the ...

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A plant-based replacement for dairy and eggs in foods

23-Dec-2021

A team of scientists from NTU Singapore has developed a plant-based emulsifier that is not only rich in protein and antioxidants, but has the necessary properties to replace eggs or dairy in food staples such as mayonnaise, salad dressings, and whipped cream. Emulsifiers are crucial for food ...

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SUTD researchers developed simple method to upcycle okara using 3D printing

Okara, a soybean byproduct, can now be 3D printed without any additives, boosting food sustainability efforts

20-Dec-2021

Researchers from the Singapore University of Technology and Design (SUTD) developed a method to perform direct ink writing (DIW) 3D printing of okara—a soybean byproduct generated from the production of soy milk and bean curd—without using food thickeners. Despite the high amount of dietary fibre ...

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TurtleTree Raises US$30 Million in First Tranche of Series A Funding

10-Nov-2021

TurtleTree has successfully raised US$30 million in the first tranche of their Series A funding, one of the largest investment rounds to date in Asia's cell-based food sector. Rapidly gaining prominence for its novel use of cell-based technology in milk production, the biotech company has now ...

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TurtleTree Launches New Research and Development Facility in Greater Sacramento

07-Oct-2021

TurtleTree has officially opened its new R&D facility in California's state capital. Located in West Sacramento, this 24,000-square-foot building will house a world-class research hub showcasing the company's extensive array of innovations and cell-based technologies. Representing a milestone in ...

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TurtleTree and Solar Biotech enter strategic partnership

19-Aug-2021

Solar Biotech, led by industrial biotech expert Alex Berlin, has become a significant piece of the puzzle for sustainable food tech companies taking products to market. TurtleTree knew from the beginning that one of the biggest challenges for food tech companies was developing the technologies ...

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Sophie's Bionutrients Develops World's First Dairy-free Micro-algae Based Milk Alternative

Groundbreaking micro-algae formula eliminates allergies while providing complete nutrition

05-May-2021

Sophie's Bionutrients, a Singapore-based next-generation sustainable urban food production technology company, announced today that it had developed the world's first-ever micro-algae-based milk that promises to eliminate allergies making it safe for consumption for people with ...

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