The 2020 Smart City Summit and Expo (SCSE) is an annual B2B oriented exhibition focused on smart city developments and solutions. Considered the most comprehensive intelligent solutions event in the Asia-Pacific, business leaders, policy makers, industry experts, and stakeholders from around the world come to Taipei to join this event. It is an international platform for cross industry and cross sector collaboration.
Urgent action is required to shift towards low-carbon, climate-resilient infrastructure, recognising that infrastructure is a fundamental building block for a vibrant, inclusive, and connected society.
Dr Jian Jin and his colleagues have established productive research collaborations with scientists at Zhejiang University, Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences and the Chinese Academy of Sciences in China on the impact that global climate change has on soil quality for sustainable productivity.
The China Studies Research Centre was established to foster China-related research across both Colleges, to strengthen research links with China, and to promote La Trobe’s research reputation and expertise.
Griffith University’s Institute for Glycomics has signed a significant commercial agreement with China Grand Pharma to develop the world’s first small molecule drug to treat diseases caused by human parainfluenza virus.
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DriveAbout World, the owner of innovative road safety app, DriveAbout, originally developed for a need in the remote Northern Territory (NT) and now targeting all Australian road users regardless of language, has won the NT Digital Excellence Community Benefit Award.
Australian First State’s second attempt at an open-ended global infrastructure fund (GDIF) is proving more successful than a 2007 version. Now, with almost USD 3bn raised, the original fund veterans are looking to a new US team and a disciplined mid-market strategy, reports Shaun Drummond.