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Administrative
Program Executive/Assistant Manager, Singapore Membrane Consortium

SG MEM is a platform to showcase Singapore’s unique ecosystem for membrane technology

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Engineering
R&D Engineer, Century Water Systems and Technologies

Century Water is a water engineering and technologies company with businesses in China, Malaysia, Indonesia and India.

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R&D Technician, Century Water Systems and Technologies

Century Water is a water engineering and technologies company with businesses in China, Malaysia, Indonesia and India.

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Laboratory
Senior Research Scientist/ Principal Scientist, Arkema

Arkema is a global chemical company and France’s leading chemicals producer

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Senior Membrane Scientist, SEPPURE

Seppure is a startup that specializes in chemical-resistant nanofiltration membranes.

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Chemical Engineering Intern, SEPPURE

Seppure is a startup that specializes in chemical-resistant nanofiltration membranes.

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Why consider a career in membranes?

In most regions, water quality from natural sources has worsened due to pollution while deforestation and ever-increasing demand stresses water supply. Today, one in three people still lack access to basic sanitation. Air pollution, which now prematurely kills between six and seven million people a year is largely attributed to carbon emissions. Coastal cities are vulnerable to sea-level rise and flooding caused by extreme weather events.

While governments and organizations are working on policies and guidelines, scientists and engineers can harness the advances in science and technology to develop sustainable and alternative solutions to tackle the air, water and climate challenges faced.

Membrane science and its adjacencies offer a potential avenue for a less energy intensive, cleaner and greener solutions related to the separation, filtration, concentration and purification of toxic waste compounds. These same applications can also be leveraged by industries to enhance inline manufacturing processes to gain efficiencies in cost and throughput, while reducing or recycling waste streams.

The possibilities are boundless, and we welcome you to explore on ways where you can make a difference to our shared future through a career in membranes.