The Shenzhen-based tech company Tencent donated 10 million yuan (US$1.41 million) to the World Health Organization and provided an open source AI-powered tool to assist the global fight against the COVID-19 pandemic, the Shenzhen Economic Daily reported Friday.
Shenzhen topped the country in terms of the amount invested by its venture capital (VC) companies and in the number of projects, or startups, it has invested in last year, according to a report on China’s venture capital industry released Tuesday.
Southern University of Science and Technology (SUSTech) and HEC Paris have achieved a milestone in their collaborative relationship by establishing the Institute for Global Management and Entrepreneurship, according to a release by SUSTech recently.
Shenzhen is planning to introduce key industrial projects worth over 1 billion yuan (US$142 million), investment projects from Fortune 500 companies and major headquarters projects in 2020, according to the Shenzhen Municipal Commerce Bureau.
Shenzhen took home 41 awards for science and technology projects it developed in 2019 at the Guangdong Provincial Science and Technology Innovation Conference held Wednesday in Guangzhou, a record high in the past 10 years for the city, the Shenzhen Special Zone Daily reported yesterday.
A design proposal submitted by world-renowned architecture firm Aedas and two Shenzhen design companies stood out among their competitors to win the international bidding for the conceptual design of the renovation project of Huanggang Checkpoint in Futian District, the Shenzhen Municipal Public Works Bureau’s project management center announced Tuesday.
Shenzhen-based China National GeneBank (CNGB) has officially established a strategic partnership with the Global Initiative on Sharing All Influenza Data (GISAID) to promote the international sharing of gene data on viruses associated with respiratory infectious diseases yesterday.
Banks will be merited and awarded for offering loans to enterprises, especially small and medium-sized enterprises producing products for government procurement, according to measures released by the Shenzhen Finance Bureau recently to promote work resumption and ensure economic growth.
Shenzhen has been selected as home to one of the country’s national centers for applied mathematics, according to a release by Southern University of Science and Technology (SUSTech) on Sunday, which was commissioned for the task.
The construction of a third runway at Shenzhen International Airport has been approved, according to a notice released by the National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC), China’s top economic planning body, on its official website recently.
A series of measures released by the city government Friday to guide the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) prevention and control work and boost the city’s economic development have received a warm response from the public.