NUS Agritech Centre Established to Support Singapore’s Agri Sector
Singapore Science Park’s most recent innovation and incubation facilities, powered by NUS Enterprise, will support the country’s agritech innovation and opportunities.
Aurora Supercomputer to Drive Brain Map Construction in the U.S.
Argonne researchers are mapping the complex tangle of the brain’s connections by developing computational applications that will find their stride in the advent of exascale computing.
Indian Air Force Inks MoU for Aerospace Technologies
The agreement will facilitate the development of training programmes for Air Force personnel, which will provide platforms for the dissemination of knowledge and novel ideas to innovate new technologies.
CUHK Develops Ultra-Thin Self-Powered Wireless Sensing E-Sticker
A research team at CUHK has developed a self-powered wireless sensing e-sticker (SWISE) that can convert the energy of the finger touch on the e-sticker into electromagnetic wave signals for wireless transmission.
E-Commerce and Digital Economy are Key Engines of Growth for the Philippines
E-commerce and the digital economy have been key engines of growth and economic recovery during the pandemic and, as a result, the Philippines has been implementing more solutions to boost the sectors.
China Calls for Openness, Cooperation in Science & Technology
To jointly solve important global issues through sci-tech innovation, China will strengthen international sci-tech exchanges with a more open attitude, and actively participate in global innovation networks.
Vietnam Restructures Committee for E-Governance, Digital Transformation
The Committee will jointly coordinate the implementation of the National Digital Transformation Programme and monitor the execution of the National Strategy on the Fourth Industrial Revolution.
HKUST and HKSAR Using Tech to Solve Ozone Pollution in GBA
Using the state-of-the-art tech, a research team of HKUST’s Division of Environment and Sustainability, EPD and GFS have instigated a series of investigations to develop a monitoring and sampling system for the capture and measurement of the vertical and spatial nature of ozone.
Philippine Banks Urged Deployment of Anti-Cybercrime Law for Consumers
The Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas has urged the immediate passage of an anti-cybercrime law to better protect financial consumers and enhance the country’s legal framework for financial consumer welfare and protection from cybercriminals.
Work On NSW’s Digital Twin Surges Ahead
A consortium headed up by an Australian telecommunications company will build out the NSW government’s spatial digital twin proof-of-concept in preparation for its planned state-wide expansion.