The first part of Zhangjiang Park, a new landmark in Shanghai's Zhangjiang Science City, opened on Sept 2.
Shanghai will increase its support for foreign-funded R&D centers to help them make an even greater contribution to scientific and technological innovation in the city.
Shanghai is the most favorite Chinese city for international talents, followed by Beijing, South China's Guangdong province and East China's Jiangsu province, according to a report on regional international talent competitiveness released on Sept 11.
A total of 11 teams competed in the final of a big data innovation competition in Shanghai’s Zhangjiang High Tech Park on Aug 31.
A cooperation deal has been reached between Pan Asia Technical Automotive Center and Zhangjiang Incubator Management.
Weng Zuliang, Party secretary of Shanghai's Pudong New Area, visited the Zhangjiang High-Tech Park on Aug 28 to inspect the latest high-tech products of local companies.
Shanghai is looking to recruit more young scientists from abroad as part of the city's efforts to become a global leader in technology and innovation.
Residents in Shanghai are poised to embrace artificial intelligence, virtual reality and the internet of things, and experience how these technologies can revolutionize their lives at a four-day science trade show.