Until the end of September, creative culture organizations can declare their creative projects for the chance to win awards at the 14th Shenzhen Creative December, which will be held before the end of the year, according to sznews.com.
ROYOLE Corp., a Shenzhen-based innovator and manufacturer of next-generation human-machine interface technologies and products, announced June 6 that its massive Quasi-G6 mass production campus is up and running and ready for the mass production of fully flexible displays.
The Sino-Israeli Innovation Center in the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area will settle in Huaqiang Creative Industry Park in Guangming in the second half of this year, a forum held in Guangming.
Shenzhen Bao’an International Airport is on a list of the top 10 World Most Beautiful Airports, and Wang Xiaodan, a stewardess with Shenzhen Airlines, has been named the world’s most beautiful stewardess in a ranking released in Hong Kong.
In a bid to further promote the development and commercialization of intelligent and Internet-connected vehicles, Shenzhen issued its first license to Tencent yesterday, allowing the company to conduct open road tests for driverless vehicles.
The Futian District Government announced an increase in support for enterprises in the fashion sector, with more funds and favorable policies, at a forum held at the Museum of Contemporary Art & Planning Exhibition March 13.
THE Shenzhen traffic police authority will unveil measures on the management of shared e-bikes, by referring to the practices in Guangzhou and other cities, to relieve congestion and ensure smooth traffic order.
A CEREMONY was held at Siemens Healthineers Advanced Therapies R&D and manufacturing center in Shenzhen (SSMR AT) on Friday to celebrate the 100th installation of Artis one Angiography & Interventional X-Ray System in China.
A JOINT innovation laboratory for smart transportation set up by Shenzhen traffic police in cooperation with Huawei Technologies won the Safety City special award at the 2017 Smart City Summit in Barcelona, Spain, last November.
FIFTEEN projects involving or hosted by Shenzhen companies, universities and research institutes won prizes at the State Preeminent Science and Technology Awards, the nation’s top science awards, which concluded in Beijing.