The NZ$ 2.6 million investment will strengthen research and teaching excellence in fields that include engineering, nanotechnology, biomedicine, and drug design.
In creating a digital ecosystem, the Indonesian Government highlighted the significance of authorities taking on the roles of regulators, facilitators and accelerators.
Musical Sensory Substitution Bits (Muss-Bits) is worn like a watch so that people can feel the music through their wrist and arm.
The programme focuses on FPGA training, a chip architecture that is widely used in electronic circuits and known for its powerful applications in various tech; it has huge potential for big data processing and running machine learning algorithms.
The Irish Government aims to be an exemplar of a digital government and for the methods of adopting the technology.
The passport will be a 64-page biometric travel document, including an e-cover with a thin, flexible data page made of polycarbonate as well as a window containing a second image of the citizen and a true colour UV photo.
Visually impaired students will be able to broaden their learning horizons and stay close to the ever-changing society via assistive technology. Research is being conducted to develop more devices to fit the practical needs of persons with print disabilities.
The handheld device has nano-sensors found on the tip of the diagnostic stick, which measure heart disease biomarkers from saliva.
The patent was secured within a record-breaking 3 months period to allow innovations and technologies surrounding AI to be released more quickly into the international market.
The trials will focus on studying and determining if TV white space broadcast band, which is underused in Singapore, is best suited for sending high-quality videos in real-time.