The Spatial Awareness Project will demonstrate the exciting possibilities these new Geographic Information System technologies are bringing to the study of geography.
The next-generation mobile speed cameras have the ability to capture multiple motorists simultaneously, across multiple lanes and directions, detecting speeds up to 350km/h.
Analysis done of these structures provided insights into the new targets for developing antiviral molecules against both viruses.
Recognising the plethora of benefits gained from facial recognition technology, Malaysia has been deploying it to for safety, citizen services and commercial applications, among other areas.
Vietnam launched a cloud computing and data centre club to promote the market of cloud computing services and the development of data centres nationwide.
University of Auckland researchers have developed biomechanical analysis techniques that automatically merge information from different medical images of the breast.
Gene and cell therapies were used to re-engineer immune cells to attack and kill cancer cells in the body. The treatment is less painful than surgery, chemotherapy or radiation, and is known to lower chances of a relapse.
The VR program training replicates a real-world emergency room and allows students to respond to high-pressure mock scenarios via a VR headset.