Singapore has developed several technologies from an app that can store a vaccination certificate to a colour-coded map that shows the restrictiveness of the rules in place for each country.
A bionic eye being developed by a team of biomedical researchers at the University of Sydney and UNSW has shown to be safe and stable for long-term implantation in a 3-month study, paving the way for human trials.
The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs is looking for insights into the development of medical devices, AI tools for chronic disease management and the feasibility of virtual models.
The construction of a hyperscale data centre is underway in Johor, Malaysia. The centre will further enhance Malaysia’s role as the digital hub of ASEAN, and highlights the country’s perpetual efforts in driving a progressive and inclusive digital economy.
China is looking for sci-tech projects that meet sci-tech development trends or that are forward-looking, innovative and of commercial value.
Researchers from Monash University and ANSTO collaborated with engineers from IRT to develop an advanced approach to fix wear damaged rails in remote locations using a repair technology that is viable for large-scale use.
Taiwan upgraded the new radar system that was installed in Sandiaojiao to assist the military in monitoring the movements and can more accurately detect the position, distance and altitude of aircraft.