UTown Self-Guided Tour

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CREATE

Campus for Research Excellence And Technological Enterprise

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The Campus for Research Excellence And Technological Enterprise (CREATE) is an international research campus and innovation hub. Home to a vibrant research community, CREATE hosts the National Research Foundation, interdisciplinary research centres from top universities and corporate laboratories such as the Singapore-MIT Alliance for Research and Technology (SMART), the SAP Singapore Research Centre as well as technology incubators and start-ups.

Housing some 1,200 researchers on a 67,000 sq m plot, CREATE is co-located with the NUS University Town (UTown) which offers convenient access to the research resources, students and faculty of NUS. The campus is a stone’s throw away from Biopolis, Fusionopolis and the Science Parks, providing great opportunities for researchers from diverse backgrounds to interact readily to bring about greater development.

Besides bringing together research centres from renowned universities, CREATE entities would also have intensive collaboration with Singapore-based universities, polytechnics, laboratories and research institutes. One such collaboration has been established between Shanghai Jiao Tong University and NUS to work on “Energy and Environmental Sustainability Solutions for Megacities (E2S2)”, which examines the issues of waste management and environmental contamination.

Well poised to develop greater synergies with the NUS faculty and students at UTown and beyond, CREATE marks Singapore’s acceleration towards an inventive, innovative and entrepreneurial economy.