The Take: Digital Twins and the Future of Healthcare

Source: SAP

Headline: The Take: Digital Twins and the Future of Healthcare

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Engineers and scientists are using digital twins — exact digital replicas of real-world items — to model everything from bridges and construction sites to complete cities, including Shanghai and Singapore.

Elsewhere, Formula One teams are using digital twin technology to develop and improve the performance of their race cars, while doctors are using a digital twin model of the human heart created by Dassault Systemes’ Living Heart project to test “what if” scenarios for the organ, using various procedures and medical devices.

Could the same technology be used one day to model entire factories or even create a human digital twin? Software engineers are already working on combining sophisticated 3D models with artificial intelligence (AI) smarts and data collected from the physical world by Internet of Things (IoT) sensors to build digital twins of complete factories. Some analysts believe personal digital twins — digital doppelgangers of individual humans — could be on the horizon.

SAP’s Take

“This is a very interesting question,” says Ismail Serin, a digital twin expert at SAP. “At SAP, we are mainly looking at the [digital twin] concept more from an industrial perspective.” SAP has already created digital twins for a number of customers, including a digital twin of the Stavå bridge in Norway to help roadway engineers anticipate maintenance requirements.

SAP is also working on creating a digital twin of a complete factory, but one of the biggest challenges in this field is integrating the sometimes proprietary data generated by machinery from a wide range of suppliers in order to create a digital twin factory network. “When it comes to getting a full factory digital twin network, this is usually where a company really struggles,” Serin says.

While SAP is focused primarily on industrial uses for digital twins, Serin believes that the technology will be applied in other domains, including healthcare. “A digital twin of a human being is basically another domain for digital twins that is also growing quite quickly.”

Like most scientists, he believes a thinking human digital twin is still a long way off, but Serin notes that 3D computational images are becoming ever more sophisticated and that devices like the Apple Watch are constantly collecting personal data, such as heart rate and blood oxygen levels. “I think there’s basically already huge progress being made in this area,” he says.

Advocates say creating a human digital twin has the potential to increase human lifespan and help doctors treat diseases like cancer and diabetes. But others argue that before that happens, there are ethical and other considerations that will need to be addressed.


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Central America: Seeking Resilient Growth and Social Cohesion in the Aftermath of Shocks

Source: International Monetary Fund

By Metodij Hadzi-Vaskov and Joyce Wong

July 5, 2022

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Central America is no stranger to large shocks. The region was once one of the most volatile in the world, the scene of civil and political upheaval. More recently, it has been hit by natural disasters, on top of the COVID-19 pandemic. After each shock, the region has managed to recover as it seeks new beginnings. Policymakers have now a unique opportunity to implement reforms that will steer the region’s economies onto a path of more resilient and inclusive growth, while addressing their citizens’ crucial needs.

Fragile recovery

Since the onset of the pandemic, the economies of Central America, Panama, and the Dominican Republic (CAPDR) were among the best performers in Latin America. By 2021, all except Panama had surpassed the pre-pandemic output levels.

This strong recovery was partly a result of the authorities’ fast, comprehensive, and in many cases, unprecedented policy responses. These included historical cuts to monetary policy rates to help support economic activity and a sharp expansion of social support and health spending. External factors, such as the US recovery, amid the region’s relatively high openness and reliance on remittances, also contributed to the recovery.

As it battled the pandemic, the region was also hit by hurricanes Eta and Iota, reminders of its vulnerability to climate change. Affected countries once again responded with swift support to the population and began reconstruction.

Just as the recovery was taking hold in 2022, the region is now affected by the worldwide ramifications from the war in Ukraine, most concretely through higher fuel and food prices. The authorities have again responded with spending and tax measures to protect the nascent recovery and support the population, particularly the most vulnerable.

These multiple shocks are projected to leave scars on the region’s level of GDP. While the negative impact on GDP is less than in 2021 projections, it is larger than in advanced economies.

A test of resilience

The region’s economic prospects are now subject to an unusually high degree of uncertainty. A potential confluence of adverse global factors could once again put economies’ resilience to a test at a time when policymakers have little room for maneuvering, in the face of higher debt, among other factors.

These factors include: the further volatility of commodity prices amid the region’s high reliance on fuel imports; weaker growth in trading partners, including the US; tighter financing conditions due to faster increases in global and domestic interest rates; and a further moderation of remittance inflows, a lifeline for some economies.

Opportunity for a new, stronger beginning

The region now has a unique opportunity to renew its focus on a critical set of reforms to improve social conditions and reverse the deterioration of pre-existing problems, such as high and persistent unemployment, poverty, and inequality—all of which have fueled migration.

Policymakers should focus on creating employment opportunities by increasing flexibility in labor markets—especially for women and youth who were most affected by the crisis—investing in infrastructure that is resilient to climate events, and advancing their digitalization agenda, across both the public and private sectors, which will make the region more competitive.

The process will take time—this makes it all the more important to put in place strong domestic policies to improve resilience before the next shock knocks on the door.

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Metodij Hadzi-Vaskov is the Resident Representative in Central America, Panama and the Dominican Republic.
Joyce Wong is the Mission Chief for Honduras.

Calling All Packaging Innovators: US Plastics Pact Launches Inaugural Awards Featuring Walmart’s Circular Connector

Source: Walmart

Headline: Calling All Packaging Innovators: US Plastics Pact Launches Inaugural Awards Featuring Walmart’s Circular Connector

When Walmart launched the Circular Connector in April 2022, our goal was to connect companies with more sustainable packaging innovations with those who are looking for those types of solutions. We knew we weren’t alone in this search with over 500 organizations around the world signing on to The Ellen McArthur Foundation’s and UNEP’s New Plastic Economy Global Commitment. This is why we developed the Circular Connector to be open and accessible to the public.To accelerate the search for — and use of — more sustainable packaging solutions, we are collaborating with the U.S. Plastic Pact next by gifting the use of Circular Connector for their first ever Innovation Awards. The U.S. Plastic Pact, which unites more than 850 organizations – including Walmart – aims to ensure that plastics never become waste by eliminating the plastics we don’t need, innovating to ensure that the plastics we do need are reusable, recyclable, or compostable, and circulating all the plastic items we use to keep them in the economy and out of the environment.These inaugural awards have been designed to inspire new solutions and provide a unique platform for innovators to test their ideas. All companies that submit packaging solutions into the Circular Connector before Aug. 12, 2022, will be considered for the award. It is free to enter, open to businesses of all sizes as long as they serve the U.S. market, and will focus on three categories:Recyclability – meets design for recyclability in U.S. systems (i.e., meets the Association of Plastic Recyclers Preferred Design Guidelines, How2Recycle Guidelines, contains no problematic or unnecessary plastic packaging), supports the transition from non-recyclable to recyclable and/or meets Walmart’s Recycling Playbook Recyclable “Green” Pages(s)Reuse/Refill – where packaging is refilled or reused for the same purpose it was originally soldCompostability – meets the Biodegradable Products Institute’s composting certification standardsWinners Will Receive:Manufacturing trial discussions with WalmartFour 30-minute mentoring sessions with Walmart Private Brand Packaging TeamsPromotion through U.S. Plastics Pact channels, including highlights at sustainability conferencesTechnology showcase with procurement and technical staff from U.S. Plastics Pact activators spanning across the plastics value chainChance to be featured on the Sustainable Packaging PodcastAdditional characteristics that will be considered in the judging criteria include sustainable sourcing, virgin plastic reduction, and material health. Winners will be announced in fall 2022. Ready to submit? Visit the Circular Connector to get started and email: corpsu@wal-mart.com with questions!

Thales accélère sa stratégie d’investissement dans l’open source hardware

Source: Thales Group

Headline: Thales accélère sa stratégie d’investissement dans l’open source hardware

Dans le cadre de sa politique de développement de solutions open source, Thales renforce les dispositifs d’incitation à l’innovation et à la recherche dans le domaine des microprocesseurs dont la demande s’est particulièrement accrue suite à la crise sanitaire. Le Groupe, leader dans les technologies de sécurité et de “deep tech”, entend fournir des solutions de sécurisation des processeurs open source pour en faire bénéficier ses clients des secteurs du spatial, de l’aéronautique et de la cybersécurité.

Remarks by Amin H. Nasser at Namaat 2022

Source: Saudi Aramco

Your Excellencies, Distinguished Guests,

I want to welcome all of you who have been part of our namaat journey so far and also give a very special welcome to those of you joining us for the first time.

As the name suggests, Aramco Namaat program is all about collective growth – about partnerships for growth.

The name is very appropriate.

Recent global developments have demonstrated that the energy industry is key to economic growth and human prosperity.

As such, our industry faces a dual challenge: providing secure and affordable energy as well as sustainability.

Clearly without the right partners, it would be tough to make the technological breakthroughs needed to meet the rising demand for energy while also lowering emissions.

What is also clear is that Namaat helps us to connect with the right partners. Already, the majority of the MOUs that we signed last September have made significant progress.

Now, Namaat was established during the pandemic at a time when there was much uncertainty.

Some said it was not good timing to launch Namaat.

But we decided to go ahead in the interests of continuing to enhance our efficiency and reliability.

We are glad we did proceed, as with today’s signings, the scale of the Namaat portfolio will increase from 32 to 55 investments.

I want to thank the entire Namaat team at Aramco, along with all the participating organizations, for all the success so far.

I also want to thank His Royal Highness Prince Abdulaziz bin Salman, Minister of Energy, and his Ministry team for their continued support.

Of course, Namaat is not just leading to capacity building that supports Aramco’s long-term strategy and enhancing our ability to make a positive and lasting impact on society.

It is also directly contributing to the Kingdom’s growth and GDP through further diversification of the local economy and the creation of national champions. Through additional jobs. And through increased partnerships between public and private sectors.

Simply put, Namaat is attracting both global industry leaders and local investors who are building local businesses that will benefit the local economy.

In fact, Aramco’s equity participation is just over 10% of the current Namaat portfolio.

Ladies and gentlemen, with so many opportunities in the Kingdom being created by Vision 2030 and with highly attractive government programs like Shareek also enabling and encouraging investment – the options for local and multinational organizations that are available right here and right now are both remarkable and wide-ranging.

The door is open. The value waiting to be captured is there for the taking.

As for today, we are announcing and celebrating more new agreements and MOUs. But Aramco Namaat will not stop or slow here. We expect more collaborations to come.

With the transformation of Saudi Arabia, Aramco aims to continue to be one of the catalysts and enablers of progressive partnerships.

So once again, we thank you for your participation in Aramco Namaat.

We trust this program will continue to provide you with new opportunities to grow your business – while at Aramco, we also continue to grow ours.

Thank you.

Aramco expands Namaat industrial investment programs

Source: Saudi Aramco

  • Namaat is a catalyst for economic diversification and reinforces reliable energy supply
  • Targets sustainability, digital, industrials, manufacturing and social innovation
  • Further integration with other venture programs strengthens value chain

The Saudi Arabian Oil Company (“Aramco” or “the Company”) today announced a major expansion of its Namaat industrial investment programs, with 55 agreements and Memoranda of Understanding (MoUs) across the sustainability, digital, industrial, manufacturing and social innovation sectors.

Namaat, which has grown from 32 to 55 investments since last year, supports industrial investment partnerships, helping to create jobs for Saudis and contributing to national growth and capacity building. The program aims to enable opportunities for local and international companies and leverage various incentives offered through the government’s Shareek program and other initiatives.

Ahmad Al-Sa’adi, Aramco Senior Vice President of Technical Services, said: “Namaat enables Aramco to be a catalyst for change across the Kingdom’s economy, while maintaining our reliability as a global energy supplier at a time of market uncertainty. Our collaboration with industry leaders in areas of strategic importance for the Kingdom, demonstrates how Aramco is creating National Champions that will bring long term benefits to our value chain, our economy and our people.”

This latest phase of expansion for Namaat reflects even greater integration with other venture life cycle programs that aim to add value and support sustainable growth. It also represents significant progress for the program, with 19 of the 22 MoUs signed last year already reaching fruition, with a total investment of $3.5 billion. 

The new agreements bolster Aramco’s long-term growth strategy and the Kingdom’s expanding energy and chemicals value chains. They include: 

  • Kent & Nesma; Larsen & Toubro and Gulf Consolidated Contractors; Samsung Engineering & Al-Rushaid Group; Hyundai & Al-Rashid Trading & Contracting Co. (RTCC); Saipem & Nasser S. Al-Hajri Corporation (NSH); and Sinopec Shanghai Engineering Co. Ltd (SSEC) & Abdel Hadi Abdullah Al-Qahtani & Sons Co. (AHQ) – Six joint ventures involving the engineering, procurement and construction of new projects
  • Honeywell – Joint venture to develop and implement digital technology solutions across industrial facilities
  • Armorock and AlKifah Precast – Joint venture to localize the use of polymers in concrete production
  • Shell & AMG Recycling and United Company for Industry (UCI) – Signing of the Vanadium concentrate sales agreement, enabling the construction of an in-Kingdom metal reclamation and catalyst manufacturing facility
  • Accenture, Al Gihaz Holding and Impulse Partners – Consortium for establishing and operating the Spark Digital Center

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Aramco expands Namaat industrial investment programs

Source: Saudi Aramco

  • Namaat is a catalyst for economic diversification and reinforces reliable energy supply
  • Targets sustainability, digital, industrials, manufacturing and social innovation
  • Further integration with other venture programs strengthens value chain

The Saudi Arabian Oil Company (“Aramco” or “the Company”) today announced a major expansion of its Namaat industrial investment programs, with 55 agreements and Memoranda of Understanding (MoUs) across the sustainability, digital, industrial, manufacturing and social innovation sectors.

Namaat, which has grown from 32 to 55 investments since last year, supports industrial investment partnerships, helping to create jobs for Saudis and contributing to national growth and capacity building. The program aims to enable opportunities for local and international companies and leverage various incentives offered through the government’s Shareek program and other initiatives.

Ahmad Al-Sa’adi, Aramco Senior Vice President of Technical Services, said: “Namaat enables Aramco to be a catalyst for change across the Kingdom’s economy, while maintaining our reliability as a global energy supplier at a time of market uncertainty. Our collaboration with industry leaders in areas of strategic importance for the Kingdom, demonstrates how Aramco is creating National Champions that will bring long term benefits to our value chain, our economy and our people.”

This latest phase of expansion for Namaat reflects even greater integration with other venture life cycle programs that aim to add value and support sustainable growth. It also represents significant progress for the program, with 19 of the 22 MoUs signed last year already reaching fruition, with a total investment of $3.5 billion. 

The new agreements bolster Aramco’s long-term growth strategy and the Kingdom’s expanding energy and chemicals value chains. They include: 

  • Kent & Nesma; Larsen & Toubro and Gulf Consolidated Contractors; Samsung Engineering & Al-Rushaid Group; Hyundai & Al-Rashid Trading & Contracting Co. (RTCC); Saipem & Nasser S. Al-Hajri Corporation (NSH); and Sinopec Shanghai Engineering Co. Ltd (SSEC) & Abdel Hadi Abdullah Al-Qahtani & Sons Co. (AHQ) – Six joint ventures involving the engineering, procurement and construction of new projects
  • Honeywell – Joint venture to develop and implement digital technology solutions across industrial facilities
  • Armorock and AlKifah Precast – Joint venture to localize the use of polymers in concrete production
  • Shell & AMG Recycling and United Company for Industry (UCI) – Signing of the Vanadium concentrate sales agreement, enabling the construction of an in-Kingdom metal reclamation and catalyst manufacturing facility
  • Accenture, Al Gihaz Holding and Impulse Partners – Consortium for establishing and operating the Spark Digital Center

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Mr. Mark Chan, Chairman of Wisdomcome Group, satisfied the Offer to acquire Easy Repay

Source: Media Outreach

Mr. Mark Chan, Chairman of Wisdomcome Group, satisfied the Offer to acquire Easy Repay | Media OutReach

HONG KONG SAR – Media OutReach – 5 July 2022 – Best Richest Management Company Limited, a direct wholly and beneficially owned company of Mr. Mark Chan, Chairman of Wisdomcome Group (“Wisdomcome” or “the Group”), has received valid acceptances in approximately 16.00% of the entire issued share capital of Easy Repay Finance & Investment Limited (“Easy Repay”, stock code: 8079.HK). Together with the 34.24% equity interest acquired earlier, Mr. Mark Chan currently holds approximately 50.24% of the of the total issued share capital of the Company. Accordingly, the condition of the Offer has been satisfied and the Offer has become unconditional.

Easy Repay is principally engaged in the money lending business, retail and wholesale business. It has actively participated in money lending business for eight years and has built up a wide solid client base. It operates four “People’s Market” retail shops which are located in Wanchai, Lai Chi Kok, Tai Po and Kowloon Bay and an online business for the sales of grocery products. Wisdomcome has extensive experience in operating retail businesses in health food, pharmaceutical products and pet food and supplies with substantial retail network in Hong Kong. The acquisition is expected to create synergetic effect which strengthens the Group’s retail businesses in Hong Kong.

The issuer is solely responsible for the content of this announcement.

About Wisdomcome Group
Wisdomcome Group was founded by Mr. Mark Chan in Hong Kong in 2003. Its brands include Wisdomcome Real Estate, Wisdomcome Investment, and Petmacy, and its businesses include but are not limited to: 1) pet product research, manufacturing and distribution; 2) health care product research, manufacturing and distribution; and 3) property investment. Another well-known brand founded by Mr. Mark Chan is Royal Medic, which is a health care brand listed in Hong Kong with market capitalization at one stage exceeding HK$5.8 billion. He retired from this company in 2020 and has since ventured into the pet category and other businesses and investments.#WisdomcomeGroup

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Google News Showcase continues to grow in the UK

Source: Google

At the beginning of last year, we brought Google News Showcase, our product experience and licensing programme for news publishers, to the U.K. It’s designed to help publishers engage more deeply with their readers – and to help readers find, follow and support the news organisations covering the issues that matter to them. We continue to learn, update and expand the product, and we’ve seen strong, steady numbers – both in terms of the number of publishers signing on for the product in the UK, and how readers are interacting with the content.

More publishers join News Showcase in the UK

We’ve negotiated and signed deals with almost 240 news titles in the U.K. since launching News Showcase. The most recent is The Guardian, building on our longstanding work together on digital innovation for the future of news.

Keith Underwood, CEO of The Guardian, commented: “We are pleased to have expanded our partnership with Google to make our journalism available in digital, video and other formats in ways that will engage even wider audiences. This new deal supports further investment in journalism and will bring a new audience back to our sites where we can build deeper relationships of enduring value.”

Local news publishers make up 93% of the titles who’ve signed up to News Showcase in the U.K. to curate news in new ways and deepen their engagement with online audiences. These include Grantham Journal, NationalWorld.com, Reach’s Belfast Live and Clear Sky’s North Devon Gazette.

As Mark Thompson, Editor of National World, says: “We believe it is vital that our stories, videos and images are given the value they deserve so that we can produce ever more insightful, reliable and relevant journalism for audiences all over the UK. News Showcase has enabled our teams based in England, Scotland and Northern Ireland to display their impressive work on a great platform and in a meaningful way.”

Simon Bax, CEO of Clear Sky, also tells us: “Joining the Google News Showcase has had a dramatic and immediate effect as it has enabled us to hire an additional journalist, has elevated our standing within the community and has increased the team’s self-assurance.”

We recently announced that we’re making it easier to find local publishers in Google News Showcase by bringing their panels into the local section of Google News. Through our partnerships with local news publishers in the U.K., we’ve seen first-hand how local news is an essential way for readers to connect to their communities and ensure they get the news that impacts their day-to-day lives.

Supporting publishers and journalists in the UK

News Showcase is one element of our broader investment in news and journalism in the U.K. We spent more than $18 million on training, partnerships and programming with news organisations and other news industry partners between 2018 to 2020, and we’ve trained 16,500 journalists and journalism students since 2015.

We’re proud to fund the Journalism AI fellowship, organised by the media think-tank Polis at the London School of Economics, and to support organisations like Headlines Network who are providing essential mental health resources for journalists in England and Wales. We’re continuing our support for the University of Central Lancashire’s Journalism innovation and Leadership (JIL) Programme for a third year and recently announced the Innovation Challenge for Europe, where small and medium-sized news organisations can apply for funding to stimulate innovation in news.

We’re dedicated to continuing our contribution to and collaboration with the news ecosystem, supporting the open web and continuing to provide access to information in the UK and elsewhere.

PolyU launches the largest interdisciplinary research platform in Hong Kong and the Greater Bay Area to advance the development of an international innovation hub

Source: Media Outreach

HONG KONG SAR – Media OutReach – 5 July 2022 – The Hong Kong Polytechnic University (PolyU) has established the PolyU Academy for Interdisciplinary Research (PAIR) – the largest research platform of its kind in Hong Kong and the Greater Bay Area to foster interdisciplinary research, partnership with world-renowned scholars, and the transfer of technologies to stakeholders.PAIR focuses on research in frontier areas such as artificial intelligence, carbon neutrality, deep space exploration, smart cities, smart energy, and many more. The Academy will make impactful contributions to the development of Hong Kong and the Greater Bay Area into an international innovation and technology hub.Comprising 16 research institutes and centres with over 400 highly qualified PolyU senior researchers from all over the world, the interdisciplinary research platform is the largest among its peers in the Greater Bay Area. It pools top brains with a wealth of investigative and professional experience to conduct PAIR’s cutting-edge interdisciplinary research programmes.The Academy aspires to offer solutions to unprecedented societal challenges arising from climate change, food safety, an ageing population, disease, energy shortages, etc. It will also aim to promote sustainable development and growth. The PAIR research institutes and centres will furthermore address the opportunities brought about by the emerging technologies of the Fourth Industrial Revolution that will change how people work and live, such as artificial intelligence, data science, the Internet of Things, and robotics.PAIR’s innovative research projects are supported by PolyU’s world-class laboratories and state-of-the-art facilities, including the State Key Laboratories and the Chinese National Engineering Research Centres (Hong Kong Branches).Prof. Jin-Guang TENG, President of PolyU, said the University is committed to developing innovations across disciplines and cultivating impactful solutions to the global challenges of today. He said, “PAIR will also promote and facilitate the establishment of close partnerships with industries and the community, ensuring the real-world significance and impact of its research. Furthermore, the Academy will play an important role in developing and supporting research collaboration activities with counterparts in the Mainland and around the world. PolyU will leverage its leading research and innovation capability and capitalise on the Greater Bay Area’s manufacturing strength to build the region into an international innovation and technology hub.”Prof. Christopher CHAO, Vice President (Research and Innovation) of PolyU, said the expansion of interdisciplinary research over the past decade has brought about a fundamental change in the basic concepts and practices of a scientific discipline. He added, “New disciplines may also emerge from the extensive research currently being performed by scientists in this interdisciplinary environment. Their research may have a wide-ranging positive impact, expanding knowledge and improving the quality of life.”The Academy is headed by Prof. Qingyan CHEN, Director of PAIR, Global STEM Professor, and Chair Professor of Building Thermal Science in the Department of Building Environment and Energy Engineering of PolyU. He is Professor Emeritus of Mechanical Engineering at Purdue University, United States, after a distinguished stint of two decades at the prestigious university. He also serves as the Editor-in-Chief of the Building and Environment journal since 2008.Prof. Chen said, “Interdisciplinary research can be one of the most productive and inspiring of human pursuits to produce solutions to the profound issues that society is facing. PAIR researchers are expanding knowledge and solving challenging problems through basic and applied interdisciplinary research, integrating disciplines not only from science, technology, engineering, and mathematics, but also from business, design, social science, humanities, and management.”The official inauguration of PAIR will be held on 16 July 2022 at the Jockey Club Auditorium on campus and is one of the key events at the PolyU InnoTech Open Day.AppendixPolyU Academy for Interdisciplinary ResearchResearch Institutes and CentresResearch Institute for Advanced Manufacturing (RIAM)Research Institute for Artificial Intelligence of Things (RIAIoT)Research Institute for Future Food (RiFood)Research Institute for Intelligent Wearable Systems (RI-IWEAR)Research Institute for Land and Space (RILS)Photonics Research Institute (PRI)Research Institute for Smart Ageing (RISA)Otto Poon Charitable Foundation Smart Cities Research Institute (SCRI)Otto Poon Charitable Foundation Research Institute for Smart Energy (RISE)Research Institute for Sports Science and Technology (RISports)Research Institute for Sustainable Urban Development (RISUDResearch Centre for Chinese Medicine Innovation (RCMI)Research Centre for Deep Space Explorations (RCDSE)Mental Health Research Centre (MHRC)Research Centre for Resources Engineering towards Carbon Neutrality (RCRE)Research Centre for SHARP Vision (RCSV) – Published and distributed with permission of Media-Outreach.com.