Singapore taps green tech to feed, water and power its people

This is the 11th of 12 primers on current affairs issues under the news outreach programme by The Straits Times and the Ministry of Education

On July 14, Singapore unveiled one of the world’s largest inland floating solar farms at Tengeh Reservoir, which can power the country’s water treatment plants, in its move to green its energy mix. ST PHOTO: LIM YAOHUI

For Ms Lin Fengru, 33, what started out as a hobby in cheese-making has turned into a career.

As co-founder of biotech start-up TurtleTree, she is on a mission to find a cleaner way to produce milk - not from cows but from mammary cells in a lab.

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