Australian university shares scientific achievements with Shanghai
Warwick Dawson, director of Knowledge Exchange in UNSW, delivers a keynote speech at an event in Shanghai. [Photo/Xinhua]
A group of academicians and experts from the University of New South Wales (UNSW) came to Zhangjiang Science City in Pudong New Area, Shanghai, recently to share their latest scientific achievements.
The event featured 42 investment institutions and enterprises and was in the form of a workshop. Participants could directly join in the workshop and enjoy face-to-face communications with academicians and experts.
The activity is in the form of workshop, which provides participants with an opportunity to communicate face-to–face with UNSW's academicians and experts. [Photo/Xinhua]
The academicians and experts were divided into six groups according to their expertise - health and biotech, environment, material and manufacturing, energy, big data and analytics, and Imaging and VR/AR.
According to Warwick Dawson, director of Knowledge Exchange at UNSW, the university is one of the top 50 universities in the world.
He said he hoped China and Australia can establish a knowledge-based partnership and transform innovation achievements through joint exchanges and cooperation.
It is expected that this activity can bring sustainable growth for technology transformation and a win-win situation for both China and Australia.
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