With total funding worth A$ 45 million, the various projects include climate change and coastal ecosystems, genome editing, cyber-attacks and low-cost technology, among others.
The university has announced it will expand its offerings with short-courses offering deep training in key potential technologies, and to continue to collaborate with the large corporates to increase their scompetitiveness through improving productivity and efficiency.
The sellers will be required to physically have the gold products on hand before they can actually offer them to potential buyers online. More importantly, the transaction should also be finalised through clearing, which means that the product should be received upon completion of payment.
The program provides financial assistance to private firms for at least three years to help enhance their capacity. This can be used for the acquisition of high-tech equipment and machinery, technology licensing, and patent rights.
The four companies innovated in the fields of home appliances tech, cybersecurity and personal privacy, wearable technologies, fitness, sports and biotech as well as embedded technologies. They will showcase their innovations at CES 2019 in Las Vegas, USA.
The Australian Cyber Security Centre has shared a document titled Strategies to Mitigate Cyber Security Incidents. The document prioritises a list of mitigation strategies to assist organisations in protecting their systems against cyberthreats. The strategies can be customised to each organisation’s needs and concerns.
The Cyber Security Agency of Singapore will work with Cisco Systems, Inc to improve cooperation in cybersecurity.
Aided by the research grant and support from the company, the project will help the University deliver research papers, software artefacts, and opportunities in higher education that have never been seen before in the blockchain space.
Minister S Iswaran launches Tech Connect to assist persons who need help with their digital devices and services.
The Prime Minister stated urged the nations present at the meeting to embark on this journey immediately, noting that Malaysia will do its best to take the labour sector forward by incorporating green jobs and skills into the aegis of its chairmanship, particularly in greentech and renewable energy.