Indian scientists use nanotechnology for medicine production
The Institute of Nano Science and Technology has developed a nanotech-based, eco-friendly method to produce Rufinamide.
Targeted drought resilience support goes digital in Australia
As part of the program, lessons in computer literacy are being offered to ensure everyone who wants to access support can take part. Farmers can also access other programs offered online by Agriculture Victoria like learning modules on soil and irrigation management.
Philippine healthcare agencies use ICT to deliver services
Healthcare agencies are using webinars, upgrading systems, and launching online programmes to help citizens cope with the pandemic.
Sensing tech to aid sustainable tree management
The team’s smart sensor uses the Low-power, Long-range Wide Area Network (LoRaWAN) for transmitting data in real-time while consuming low energy.
HKU codevelops automated laser-scanning ‘hunter drone’
The drones use Laser-Stimulated Fluorescence (LSF), a technique co-developed at HKU. The application of LSF to an aerial system is possible because of the laser’s ability to project over great distances with little power loss.
Singapore and the Republic of Korea begin digital partnership negotiations
The initiative will strengthen the collaboration between the two countries’ economies and position them favourably to move fast and tap opportunities offered by the digital economy in emerging digital areas, cross-border data flows, digital identities, fintech and AI governance frameworks.