DAEJEON, SEOUL - The Innovation Centre at the Embassy of Denmark (Ambassador Thomas Lehmann) is collaborating with Danish pump company Grundfos Holding A/S (CEO Mads Nipper) to run an innovation camp for university students from 26-31 October, 2014 at the KAIST campus in Daejeon.
SEOUL, KOREA - This year’s anniversary of the National Day of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia comes at a time when the comprehensive development renaissance, based on the foundation laid by the Founder His Majesty King Abdulaziz Bin Abdul Rahman Al Saud, continues apace.
SEOUL, KOREA - On, September 9, 2013, Professor Jonathan Trent, a world-class futurologist gave a lecture to ‘Discuss the future on IT Fusion Healthcare, Climate Change and Energy Industry.’ The lecture was presented at the 13th Global Futures Studies Association Forum at Seoul Press Center, South Korea.
The Seoul metropolitan city government will grant up to 1 million won to those who report cases of unlicensed drivers carrying paying customers. This is specifically designed to discourage Uber from doing business in Seoul.
As part of efforts to create future growth engines of the nation’s “creative economy, the S. Korean government now puts a stronger emphasis on teaching students how to develop software at an early age.” “Reinforcing the competitiveness of the nation’s software sector is an urgent task for the sustainable development of the nation’s information technology (IT) industry. Software should take center stage in Korean society,” President Park Geun-hye said on Wednesday
Chinese President Xi Jinping’s recent state visit to Seoul has received enormous publicity. Above all, Chinese President Xi Jinping has broken with precedent by visiting South Korea before he goes to strong ally North Korea, quite a departure from China’s traditional ideology-based diplomacy toward the Korean peninsula. In addition, there were high hopes for President Xi Jinping’s “gift package” to include great plans for closer ROK-China economic, diplomatic cooperation.
The government intends to commercialize fifth generation mobile telecommunication technology (5G) for the first time in the world by 2020 and it will invest KRW 1.6 trillion into the technology over the next seven years. The next generation standard is, in theory, one thousand times faster than the current fourth-generation technology (4G), which is also known as long-term evolution (LTE) technology.
SEOUL, KOREA - On January 6 ‘Sinchon Yonsei-ro’ reopened to the public after having been reconstructed as the first ‘Public Transport-only Area’ in Seoul. The district has been completely renewed as a walkable street, which is a marked contrast from the past when the street was entangled with pedestrians and vehicles amidst acute traffic congestion.
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