Taking the opportunity of welcoming the electric motorcycle team of Eindhoven University of Technology – named STORM – through their world tour, SIAC (Shanghai International Automobile City) is now preparing the “2016 Popular Science Event of New Energy Vehicle for International University Students”.
Different electric vehicle teams from Chinese universities will take part in it and show their stories. Representatives from government, SIAC, Tongji University, companies and media will gather together and celebrate the moment.
Recently, e-mobility and green … Read more
NB This event description is to be completed – as of 22 August 2016
Reason for action: antimicrobial resistance undermines health, food safety and security, ecology and economy
Antibiotics block the propagation of bacteria, in a cheap and efficient manner. They have dramatically improved infectious disease survival rates and livestock productivity. The relative ease and low cost of administering antibiotics has lead to broad usage patterns. While essential for disease treatment, antibiotics are also administered for disease prevention and … Read more
China is world’s largest producer for coal, gold and most rare earth minerals. Besides the production, China is world’s leading consumer of most mining products. This report highlights key players in China, the role of the government, relevant developments and opportunities for Dutch organizations. Furthermore, this report provides a list of events related to the mining industry in China.
In total there are more than 10,000 (mostly coal) mines in China, producing a large amount of the … Read more
The Electric Vehicle (EV) revolution is a silent one, in many respects. New energy vehicles, powered by electricity, roam the streets without sound. But more so, the majority of them are designed in small and dedicated garages, distant from the globally operating traditional car-OEMs, without humongous global marketing budgets, lacking an established ecosystem where consumer, producer and supply chain lock them.
The revolution is surely silent in the Netherlands. Year after year, student teams at various Dutch universities are creating … Read more
In line with the current policy of the Chinese government on secondary water supply utilities, this seminar will introduce European approaches for drinking water safety, security and reliability of wastewater treatment services.
Distinguished Chinese and Dutch speakers will share their experiences and insights, showcasing practical applications and best practices. This will include innovative concepts developed by the European water sector, aiming at assessing performance and implementing improvements.
The organizers would like to propose a Sino-Dutch demo project in water benchmarking … Read more
Chinese scientific excellence is developing quickly. Simultaneously, there is a rapid increase in supercomputing capacity. Combined, these may be indicative for the expanding diversification in the innovation landscape in China.
China is traditionally seen as a country with one dominant, central, top-down administration. As a capital, Beijing has been at China’s heart of governance, finance, science, education, industry and services for many centuries. In recent years, however, China has invested heavily in telecommunication, infrastructure and logistics, leading … Read more
The Holland Innovation Network at the Consulate-General in Shanghai would like to invite you for the seminar:
Benchmarking of drinking water supply and waste water treatment services
The seminar will take place at the Consulate-General of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in Shanghai on Monday April 28, 2016 from 09:00.
For more information, please check the Events page.
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