CUHK and its industry partner aim to form a regenerative medicine innovation centre in HK that will construct facilities, advance R&D, tech transfer and commercialisation in regenerative medicine and renewable energy.
Complementing the government’s emphasis on STEM education, the GeoLab will hold talks and classes for schools to help students master geospatial tech and knowledge and enhance their understanding of spatial data application.
A new report on Australia’s offshore wind potential calls for a renewed consideration of how the technology can dramatically contribute to Australia’s future clean energy mix.
The two universities signed an MOU under which they will cultivate new ideas, nurture entrepreneurial, research translation and innovation talents and create opportunities for tech commercialisation.
New plasma coating technology, designed by a team at Sydney Uni, could see the phase-out of rare earth metal indium that is used in smartphone glass and dimmable windows, which is predicted to run out in 10 years.
The federal government’s A$124 million commitment to AI initiatives as part of the Digital Economy Strategy is aimed at improving the lives and experiences of all Australians.
Using technology familiar to computer gamers, University of Queensland scientists are creating ‘digital twins’ of mango and macadamia orchards to help boost food production.
The centre will provide state-of-the-art technology and facilities to its growing body of staff and research students and will help achieve the goal of conserving marine biodiversity to build a sustainable coastal ecosystem.
MDEC is launching the second edition of its Let’s Learn Digital programme that aims to upskill Malaysians in the workforce to be equipped for an increasingly digitally-dependent workforce.
Globally-acclaimed innovation by local fintech companies will reinforce the city’s leadership as an international financial hub.