- With UV chips meeting target performance an important phase in the research collaboration between LightLab Sweden and NTU Singapore is now completed
- Both parties see further potential in the technology and the successful collaboration
- The parties are therefore discussing the possibility to expand their collaboration in the field of UV disinfection of water, air, food and surfaces
Nanyang Technological University, Singapore (NTU Singapore), and Lightlab Sweden signed a research collaboration agreement on 8 Dec 2014, which originally was scheduled to end this year. In light of the successful collaboration and progress, the two parties are currently in discussion on the possibility of continuing and expanding the collaboration. In the meantime NTU Singapore and LightLab Sweden have agreed to continue the collaboration by extending the existing research collaboration agreement until 31 March 2018. This extension does not require any additional funding by NTU or LightLab.