Victoria works towards digital inclusion by connecting Shepparton to free public Wi-Fi
The Shepparton region of Victoria will be
receiving funding that will extend its connectivity to the free public Wi-Fi
network beyond the central business district thereby increasing visitor economy
and improving digital inclusion.
South Korea pilots six public projects to harness blockchain technology
This Blockchain technology development strategy will contribute to innovating the domestic industry and creating a digital society founded on trust
Scitech Discovery Centre recognised for promoting STEM to Western Australians
Scitech Discovery Centre offers various
activities and programs that engage more than 500,000 Western Australians.
These activities include exhibitions, regional tours, outreach programs and
teacher development programs.
NUS sets up joint lab to drive innovation in food tech and sustainable biochemicals
The S$110 million research facility will deepen knowledge of good
macronutrients and micronutrients, food products and ingredients, as well as
design eco-friendly bio-factories to produce industrial biochemicals
National Children’s Digital Health Collaborative improves children’s lives in Australia
The first among many workshops by the
National Children’s Digital Health Collaborative was successful in its aim to
explore ways on how digital health technology can improve the health and
wellbeing of the children in Australia through their insights and experiences.
India to build 30GW offshore wind power by 2030
The Ministry of New and Renewable Energy invited an Expressions of Interest (EoI) for the first 1 GW offshore wind project in India, which has drawn attention from both Indian and international markets.
Eastern Indonesia to gain internet access with development in telecommunication infrastructure
Ministry of Communications and Informatics reassured the people of Eastern
Indonesia that they will be able to access fast internet. Plans such as
using satellites and BTS towers are currently being completed in order to
provide internet for them as soon as possible.
Australian National University appoints inaugural CEO of ANU Cyber Institute
Dr Lesley Seebeck will be the inaugural CEO
of the new ANU Cyber Institute. Her wealth of experiences from across the
strategy, ICT and transformation sectors will contribute greatly to the
institute that will conduct leading research, which will help shape the
nation’s future in the increasingly vital fields of cyber security and
University of Queensland to set world standard with 100% renewable energy
The 154-hectare solar farm will complement the existing array of 50,000 on-campus solar panels, and render the university energy neutral upon operation.