A forward-looking exhibition on China’s prowess in high-tech is set to climax on the National Day.
The government should work closely with universities and enterprises to provide more training to students to prepare them for HK's future transformation into a smart city, experts said.
The city is experiencing a golden time for scientific developments and will continue to see this flourish, Hong Kong's leading scientists said.
The research institute of the Chinese mainland’s BeiDou Navigation Satellite System (BDS) is set to seek multi-disciplinary cooperation with universities in Hong Kong.
Li Meng, vice-minister of Science and Technology, gives a speech at the opening of the 2016 InnoTech Expo in Hong Kong.
The expo will be held for a week from Sept 24 to Oct 1.
China's rapid development in space exploration within the past decade has impressed the world.
China's second space lab was launched into space Thursday, paving the way for a permanent space station China plans to build around 2022.