A*STAR researchers developed an AI tool that extracts RNA modifications by detecting differences in RNA modifications in multiple myeloma cancer patient samples, showing the AI tool’s potential for large-scale clinical analyses.
The People’s Committee of Ho Chi Minh City issued a document on the provision of online public services in the city AND plans to have all its public administrative processes available online at levels 3 and 4.
Representatives and thought leaders from Asia Pacific’s governmental, industrial, and academic sectors are working together to create an inclusive ecosystem in the Philippines.
ANU researchers have co-developed a new type of hydrogel that could radically transform Parkinson’s treatment. The hydrogel technology is cost-effective and easy to manufacture on a mass scale.
AirNow Fire and Smoke Map helps protect communities from the effects of wildfire smoke by pulling data from three different sources so users can get information on air quality, smoke and concentration data.
EXCLUSIVE: OpenGovLive! Virtual Breakfast Insight: Drive Digital Transformation in the Public Sector – Data Availability Matters
Governments are implementing digital transformation projects and initiatives to better citizen experience and satisfaction while increasing efficiencies and reducing costs.
The Indian government plans to use artificial intelligence to reduce losses and improve quality in the power distribution infrastructure.
The three separate grants have been jointly awarded to Faculty of Engineering researchers and partner organisations to develop and manufacture aerospace infrastructure and technology.
To combat the COVID-19 pandemic, Taiwan prevented the outbreak, contained the spread, and built immune protections by developing the face-mask distribution system, QR code registration system, and vaccine registration system.
New Zealand Researchers Develop Temperature-Sensing Tech for Remote Monitoring for Diabetic Patients
Researchers at the University of Auckland’s Auckland Bioengineering Institute have developed a portable technology that detects temperature changes in the feet of diabetics.