IBN was established to spearhead the advancement of biomedical sciences in Singapore. A member of the A*STAR's biomedical sciences institutes, IBN is a leading national program with an international vision and a dynamic interdisciplinary research environment.
This laboratory conducts energy storage materials and battery device R&D to provide portable energy sources and advanced energy storage solutions for application in renewable energy, smart grids, biomass, urban lifestyle devices and consumer care industries. research areas are energy storage materials and energy storage devices.
The laboratory is a joint effort between IMRE and the Department of Chemistry at the National University of Singapore (NUS). Areas of research are: Molecular catalysis; Biomimetic materials; Energy materials; Carbon materials.