The ground-breaking stretchable and self-healing conductor can extend up to 22 times its original length, revolutionising wearable technology and soft robotics with its remarkable electrical-mechanical compatibility and cost-effective production.
The Digital Twin Centre for Emerging Automotive Systems is a versatile tech hub to support multiple industries. It will accelerate technology development, promote digital twins, and facilitate industry-academia collaboration.
The AIS Forum in Bali will focus on fostering international collaboration and diplomacy while ensuring robust cybersecurity preparedness, with the BSSN safeguarding the event’s security.
Hong Kong Polytechnic University has been awarded funding from the MTR Academy’s 2023 MTR Research Funding Scheme for six innovative railway technology projects spanning diverse areas with the goal of advancing the future of railway technology.
Taiwan’s adept use of digital diplomacy is garnering worldwide support for its UN participation campaign; digital initiatives amplify its message and strengthen its bid for global recognition.
Forensic Investigative Genetic Genealogy tech in collaboration with the Institute of Environmental Science Research is used to reevaluate decades-old cold cases, leveraging DNA and genealogical research to solve previously unsolved crimes.
China has introduced the world’s largest solar telescope array comprising 313 parabolic antennas with 6-metre diameters, this monumental structure promises ground-breaking insights into solar physics and space weather research.
Washington University in St. Louis launches the WashU Digital Transformation initiative, aiming to become a global innovation hub, enhancing research, digital learning, and operations while fostering collaborations and industry partnerships.
The Philippines is set to establish the North Luzon Data Centre, a pivotal move towards digital empowerment that will serve government entities, drive e-governance adoption, and strengthen data security; contributing to the nation’s digital economy.
The Minister of Digital Economy and Society in Thailand led a meeting to discuss strategies for building a digital workforce and positioning the country for a vibrant and inclusive future in the digital era.