Shenzhen International LNG Marine Fueling Center, the first offshore LNG fueling center for oceanic vessels in China, will be built in Yantian Port, according to an agreement signed Wednesday by Yantian District Government, PetroChina, Shenzhen Gas Group and Yantian Port Group.
The number of fintech unicorns in the city makes Shenzhen No. 2 in the list of major Chinese cities, following Beijing, according to a research report released by Bay Area International Fintech Lab, an independent think tank under Shenzhen Fintech Association.
Hard-hit cultural, tourism and sports enterprises in Shenzhen are on track for steady revival, as the city government and local businesses have made concerted efforts to shake off the impact of the novel coronavirus outbreak.
Three scientists and researchers in Shenzhen were awarded for innovation and entrepreneurship at the Second China National Innovation Awards held in Beijing on Saturday, the National Science and Technology Workers Day.
A brand new cargo plane, a B777F, carrying 90 tons of anti-COVID-19 material produced in the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area left Shenzhen yesterday, marking the beginning of the intercontinental cargo route between Shenzhen and Chicago in the U.S. state of Illinois.
A transport hub the size of 17 regular Metro stations is under construction at Universiade New Town in Longgang District and will be completed in 2022, according to a report by Southern Metropolis Daily on Wednesday.
A total of 6,326 high-tech firms in Shenzhen will be granted more than 300 million yuan (US$41 million) of incentive funding, the city’s science, technology and innovation commission said in a statement Tuesday.
The city has offered 26.4 million yuan (US$3.73 million) in subsidies for filing 17 research projects that contribute to COVID-19 prevention and control, according to the Shenzhen Municipal Science, Technology and Innovation Commission.
Shenzhen-based tech company Tencent joined the Global Education Coalition initiated by the United Nations (U.N.) on Tuesday to provide support for over 1.2 billion overseas students to study online because their schools have suspended lessons due to COVID-19.
The science building of Cheerland-Watson Center for Life Science and Technology, the first key project in the core area of Shenzhen International Bio-Valley in Baguang, Dapeng, was inaugurated Monday.
Twelve startups have begun operations at the Shenzhen No-Barrier Incubation Space, a 1,600-square-meter innovation center that was renovated from an old factory house, in Shenhua Science and Technology Park in Futian District.
Huawei opposes the amendments made by the U.S. Department of Commerce to its foreign direct product rule that targets Huawei specifically, according to a statement announced at its 17th annual Global Analyst Summit that opened in Shenzhen yesterday.
An artificial intelligence (AI) training camp of the 2020 Shenzhen Open Data Innovation Contest (SODiC) was recently launched, where one of the organizers, Huawei, invited experts to provide online training for competitors, according to Shenzhen Municipal Government Services Data Bureau.
In a bid to push scientific and technological breakthroughs, Shenzhen is soliciting high-tech projects from innovators in the fields of electronic information, materials and energy, biotechnology and intelligent equipment, Shenzhen Economic Daily reported yesterday.