Virtual InnoCarnival set for Dec

November 20, 2020
Innovative youth
Innovative youth:

Commissioner for Innovation & Technology Rebecca Pun (centre) attends the Virtual InnoCarnival 2020 press preview with the participating research and development teams from Lai King Catholic Secondary School and Christian Alliance S W Chan Memorial College.

A carnival featuring local innovations and research achievements will go online from December 23 to 31.


Commissioner for Innovation & Technology Rebecca Pun said the Virtual InnoCarnival 2020 offers a one-stop platform to showcase the I&T achievements of local universities, research and development organisations, government departments, non-government organisations and technology enterprises.


The event will enable the public to appreciate the contributions of the local I&T industry to society on various fronts and arouse people's interest in the field, she added.


It will also feature a series of InnoTech workshops and webinars.


At today’s press preview, R&D projects of some participating teams were displayed, such as a wearable exoskeleton that helps paralysed patients stand and walk, a smart automatic parking system for electric vehicles, as well as award-winning projects of the Hong Kong Student Science Project Competition 2020.


More details about the carnival are available here.

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