The NUS Flagship Green Energy Program, in nature, is a multidisciplinary one, that requires a team of experts with various background knowledge and expertise to champion carbon-neutral fuel technologies. The program involves close collaborations with the Chinese Academy of Sciences and the University of Chinese Academy of Sciences.

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Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS) is the advocate of Liquid Sunshine economy. It is also one of the key technology drivers in China. CAS has many famous Research Institutes, such as Dalian Institute of Chemical Physics (DICP), which is leading the methanol to olefin (MTO) technology in China, and is particularly strong in catalysis and commercial scale process design. Another example is Shanghai Advanced Research Institute (SARI), which emphasizes on CO2 conversion to value added products. The Institute of Process Engineering (IPE) has a Key Lab of Green Process and Engineering.

University of Chinese Academy of Sciences

The University of Chinese Academy of Sciences (UCAS) is the most reputable graduate school of science and technology in China, under the direct leadership of the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS). Founded in 1978, UCAS is the first graduate school in China with the ratification of the State Council. Backed by more than 110 institutes of the CAS, which are located at more than 20 cities all over the country.