China’s vision highlights the crucial role of science and technology

China’s vision highlights the crucial role of science and technology

Wuhan, November 6, 2023 /PRNewswire/ — The following article was published today by China Daily.

Guest speakers at the Vision China themed event

Guest speakers at the Vision China event themed “Leading to the Future through Technological Innovation” receive souvenirs from organizers in Wuhan, Hubei Province, on Monday. Zhou Hong/China Daily

Technology: Experts highlight the globalization of innovation

A wide range of scientific and technological exchanges and cooperation in both China And around the world it was highlighted at the Vision China event on Monday at the China Science and Technology Centre Wuhan in Central China Hubei boycott.

Under the slogan “Leading to the Future through Technological Innovation”, China Vision sought to highlight the crucial role of science and technology in contributing to the country’s next stage of development.

In this co-hosted event China Daily and the Wuhan Municipal People’s Government, speakers from various sectors identified key trends and functions in areas including manufacturing, artificial intelligence and agricultural technology.

Liu WeilingDeputy Editor-in-Chief China DailyHe said that China has made important breakthroughs in the field of science and technology and has become an innovation-oriented country, as the country has implemented an innovation-based development strategy and deepened its scientific and technological system since the 18th National Congress of the Communist Party of China.

Wuhan The city has also made remarkable progress in areas such as optoelectronics by leveraging its abundant scientific, technical and educational resources, including 92 colleges and universities and 101 research institutes, she said, adding that the city’s achievements embody the remarkable strides China has made as an innovator in the field of science and technology. .

“China’s achievements in science and technology have not only been the result of global cooperation, but have also made valuable contributions to the international community,” Liu said.

“We are committed to sharing stories of how China is promoting mutually beneficial science and technology cooperation and creating an open, fair, just and non-discriminatory environment for science and technology development, while promoting global innovation cooperation,” Liu added.

Wang Yuancheng, Deputy Mayor WuhanHe said the city is a center for science and innovation with national influence.

The city has witnessed a number of breakthroughs in science and technology, including China’s first practical fiber optics, the first photovoltaic transmission system, and the first international standard for optical communications.

“at present, Wuhan Wang, who also expressed his thanks to leaders of science, technology, economy, academics and entrepreneurs at home and abroad for their suggestions on the city’s development, said the city is at a critical stage of upgrading the development stage and shifting its growth momentum.

David ChuPartner and digital transformation service leader at Roland Berger ChinaHe shared his thoughts on next-generation manufacturing and six key trends to enhance industrial competitiveness, such as secure and short supply chains, sustainability and transparency.

He said that the competitiveness of manufacturing is no longer determined solely by product and price, adding that winning markets through differentiation in manufacturing should be the ultimate goal.

Simon Hawortha well-known British entrepreneur and investor working in the biotechnology and agritech markets, and founder of the Tramlines Fund, shared the story of his family’s six-generation connection to China and his investment in biotechnology and biotech and pharmaceutical R&D in Wuhanwhich enhanced scientific and cultural exchanges between China and foreign countries.

Recognizing the growing importance of food to the world’s growing population, he said his focus has shifted to innovating agricultural technology.

Haworth said that China has an important position in the world’s scientific and technological scene.

Fan XiongVice President and Head of Intellectual Property at Huawei Technologies said that technological innovation has become increasingly global, citing Huawei’s artificial intelligence video services that were jointly developed with the company’s global partners and are widely used.

He said that in order to promote the globalization of innovation, there must be more talents and a strong intellectual property protection system, which also needs global efforts to develop.

Jan BongaertsSenior Vice President WuhanThe Yangtze River-based fiber optic and cable company recalled his company’s contribution to the city’s digital transformation in the past several decades.

He said that it is taking advantage of China’s policy to export innovative achievements abroad, and is constantly working to narrow the global digital gap.

The company will strive to be a leader in the optical electronic information sector by adhering to innovation and China Optical Valley, a high-tech development zone in Wuhanhe added.

Charles MacKayA Fellow of the Australian Academy of Science and Honorary Head of the School of Pharmaceutical Sciences at Chilo University of Technology, he analyzed the relationship between diet, gut microbes and immune response.

He called for greater efforts to develop new medicines to help prevent and treat human diseases, based on technological innovation and scientific results.

by Jiang Chenglong



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