Programme Overview

SHARE's ongoing research programmes

Current Research

ISRAEL-SINGAPORE URBAN FARM

The molecular mechanisms underlying inflammatory diseases is a joint partnership between the National University of Singapore and the Hebrew University of Jerusalem under the Singapore-HUJ Alliance for Research and Enterprise.

ISURF- Data-Intensive Autonomous Intelligent Urban Farming for Whole-Plant Yield Optimization.

The long-term vision of the researchis to develop a cost-efficient, replicable, data-centered, autonomous,intelligent urban farming system that can be installed in any specified urbanstructure.

ISRAEL-SINGAPORE URBAN FARM

MLID - INTRA‐CREATE COLLABORATIVE GRANT

The molecular mechanisms underlying inflammatory diseases is a joint partnership between the National University of Singapore and the Hebrew University of Jerusalem under the Singapore-HUJ Alliance for Research and Enterprise.

INTRA-CREATE SEED COLLABORATION GRANT CALL 08 is a between SHARE and NUS.

The SHARE-NUS Team, is under Dr. Jessica Bellworthy (SHARE- The Inter-university Institute for Marine Sciences in Eilat) and Dr. Yap Wei Liang Nicholas (NUS).

MLID - INTRA‐CREATE COLLABORATIVE GRANT

Soft Robotics for Smart Grippers

The molecular mechanisms underlying inflammatory diseases is a joint partnership between the National University of Singapore and the Hebrew University of Jerusalem under the Singapore-HUJ Alliance for Research and Enterprise.

Soft Robotics for Smart Grippers is a new research program in the field of soft robotics that is based on acollaboration between The Hebrew University of Jerusalem (HUJI) and NanyangTechnological University (NTU) with the participation of Singapore Universityof Technology and Design (SUTD).

The main research and development in this program will be devoted towards fabrication of soft, smart grippers. Gripping and holding of objects are key tasks for robotic manipulators.

Soft Robotics for Smart Grippers

SEED GRANT 06

The molecular mechanisms underlying inflammatory diseases is a joint partnership between the National University of Singapore and the Hebrew University of Jerusalem under the Singapore-HUJ Alliance for Research and Enterprise.

INTRA-CREATE SEED COLLABORATION GRANT CALL 06 is between SHARE and NUS. The share-nus Team, is under Dr. Ilona Darlyuk-Saadon (SHARE) and Dr. Hataitip Tasena (NUS).

The grant aims to establish unique animal models, in which the MAPK - p38 can be activated individually in the lung or in the whole body, to activate p38 in the animal model and monitor the appearance of ageing lung hallmarks and to reveal the aetiology of lung disease development from the onset, i.e., p38 activation, to appearance of symptoms.

SEED GRANT 06

Seed Grant 08

The molecular mechanisms underlying inflammatory diseases is a joint partnership between the National University of Singapore and the Hebrew University of Jerusalem under the Singapore-HUJ Alliance for Research and Enterprise.

INTRA-CREATE SEED COLLABORATION GRANT CALL 08 is a between SHARE and NUS.

The SHARE-NUS Team, is under Dr. Jessica Bellworthy (SHARE- The Inter-university Institute for Marine Sciences in Eilat) and Dr. Yap Wei Liang Nicholas (NUS).

Seed Grant 08

Past Research

Molecular Mechanisms Underlying Inflammatory Diseases (MMID2)

The molecular mechanisms underlying inflammatory diseases is a joint partnership between the National University of Singapore and the Hebrew University of Jerusalem under the Singapore-HUJ Alliance for Research and Enterprise.

The molecular mechanisms underlying inflammatory diseases is a joint partnership between the National University of Singapore and the Hebrew University of Jerusalem under the Singapore-HUJ Alliance for Research and Enterprise.

The project focuses on advancing an understanding of cellular and molecular mechanisms of inflammation of diseases prevalent in Asia. You can find more information about the team involved in this research here, or find out more information about the study below.

Molecular Mechanisms Underlying Inflammatory Diseases (MMID2)

Nanomaterials for Energy and Water Management (NEW-CREATE)

The molecular mechanisms underlying inflammatory diseases is a joint partnership between the National University of Singapore and the Hebrew University of Jerusalem under the Singapore-HUJ Alliance for Research and Enterprise.

Nanomaterials for Energy and Water Management (NEW) is a joint research project between HUJ and NTU, to develop novel materials and devices for three themes: Printable energy materials and devices, energy modulation and storage systems for buildings, and materials and processes for energy-water nexus.

NEW-CREATE develops novel materials and devices for three themes: printable energy materials and devices, energy modulation and storage systems for buildings, and materials and processes for energy-water nexus. This programme aims to innovate advanced materials in pushing the scientific frontiers in energy harvesting, conservation and storage to meet the energy-water nexus needs through innovative manufacturing processes.The programme aims to bring scientific excellence and innovation, leading to technology transfer, licensing and entrepreneurship.

Nanomaterials for Energy and Water Management (NEW-CREATE)

Seed Grant 04

The molecular mechanisms underlying inflammatory diseases is a joint partnership between the National University of Singapore and the Hebrew University of Jerusalem under the Singapore-HUJ Alliance for Research and Enterprise.

INTRA-CREATE SEED COLLABORATION GRANT CALL 04 is a between SHARE (The Inter-university Institute for Marine Sciences in Eilat) and NUS.

The SHARE-NUS Team, is under Dr. Maoz Fine (SHARE) and Dr. Ow Yan Xiang (NUS).

Seed Grant 04