Researchers from Nottingham Trent University, the Australian National University and UNSW Canberra have developed a new technology called “metasurfaces” for displays that are thinner, higher-resolution, and energy-efficient.
The urine-based tuberculosis screening and diagnostic product is projected to surpass the speed and affordability of existing point-of-care diagnostic kits by using a plasmonic fibre optic absorbance biosensor tech for the product.
Additional digital public service malls in Central Java province is intended to improve and simplify public service quality for various citizens’ social problems.
The Philippines is giving access to additional secure, accessible, user-friendly digital payment channels for users of GSIS active members to pay insurance and loans.
CUHK Innovation Ltd has partnered with a China-based investment firm to support CUHK spin-offs for commercialisation, promoting Hong Kong’s I&T development, in line with the city’s strategic plan.
The government is encouraging Vietnamese digital enterprises to expand their markets and bring their technology to solve digital transformation problems in other countries. This will contribute to the building of a digital world.
ANSTO and a printing company announced a partnership that aims to develop recycling technology that turns used PPE into raw materials for 3D printing, using advanced techniques.
Apart from the holder’s basic information like name and date of birth, the passport carries biometric information like fingerprint and face scans and blood type that will accelerate customs procedures.
The agreement with the Wuxi EDZ aims to strengthen ties and collaboration in areas spanning innovation, entrepreneurship, talent training and policy research.
AI advancements are expected to improve courts’ legal researcher productivity for more efficient transcription and document research, thereby making the overall system more efficient.