U.S. scientists develop a brain-computer interface (BCI) to restore communication to people who have lost the ability to move or speak.
MDEC reiterated its commitment to boosting Malaysia’s competitiveness by enhancing digitalisation initiatives and digital skills of the workforce.
The accreditation allows companies to convert consumers’ cash into electronic money which they can use to transact online.
E-commerce subsidy schemes are made available again to help businesses diversify their revenue channels and defray costs of going online amid COVID-19 Phase 2.
The WA government and an Australian MedTech firm are investing $400,000 into local businesses to boost Medical Technology and Pharmaceutical manufacturing (MTP) through the $16.7 million New Industries Fund.
At the 18th meeting of its national leading group, it was agreed that the nation required significant and urgent efforts in scientific and technological innovation.
Greater innovation will see New Zealanders being able to access virtual healthcare services. Meanwhile, a new student management system will include business intelligence reporting.
The Ministry of Culture announced that four teams have been selected to explore the theme of post-pandemic “New Normal” through technological art.
A new app aims to transform how customers interact with travelling food vendors, locally known as “pedagang keliling”, found in both urban and suburban areas.
In a bid to maintain better communication among its members, the agency is inviting proposals around small, lightweight, low-power robotic devices.