The region-wide database on disaster risk management would allow sharing of information on mitigating the effects of climate change and guarantees timely assistance during calamities.
eUsahawan is a national initiative aimed at inspiring and providing Malaysian youths and micro entrepreneurs with knowledge on digital entrepreneurship.
Benefits of the application include convenience as well as an increased competitiveness for the UGM Academic Hospital in the era of digital transformation.
According to Mr Zhang, to maximise the full potential of new financial technologies, policymakers must strike a “sensible balance” which involves creating a supportive space for innovation, while maintaining a robust regulatory framework.
HKUST recently opened the HKUST-CIL Joint Laboratory of Innovative Environmental Health Technologies to nurture cutting-edge research in environmental health technologies.
The NTC launched a public consultation on Australia’s approach to a safety assurance system for automated vehicles.
The system comprises detection tool EpiDefend and forecasting tool EpiFX that use health and environmental data to produce a near real-time assessment of the likely presence of disease and how it might continue to spread.