Professor Gunnar Öqvist (3rd from right), Professor of plant physiology, Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences and Professor Mats Benner (2nd from right), Professor of science policy studies at Lund University and KTH-Royal institute of Technology, Stockholm visited ASTRI on 9 November 2017. Mr Wong Ming-yam (3rd from left), Chairman of ASTRI; Ms Grace Hui (1st from right), Chief Administrative Officer of ASTRI, Dr Justin Chuang (2nd from left), VP, Next Generation Network, ASTRI and Ms Eunice Cheng (1st from left), Director, Public Affairs of ASTRI welcomed the guests. They learnt more about the latest developments in ASTRI and exchanged views on future collaboration. They also visited our newly developed Smart City Innovation Centre.
09 / 11 / 2017
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