On December 17, over 180 experts took part in the work of the workshop to promote scientific, technological and cultural cooperation between Iran and Italy.
The panel which aims to promote scientific, technological and cultural cooperation between Iran and Italy will be held on 17 December. The opportunities for interaction and technology transfer between universities, incubators, research centers, and science and technology parks of the two countries will be discussed.
Numerous meetings were organized between 17 African tech hubs and 15 European tech hubs with the aim of promoting internationalization and gaining a deeper understanding of the innovative ecosystems of the two continents.
The webinar on “Tourism and Economy” was held in the presence of Hamid Bayat, Ambassador of Iran in Italy, Augusto Di Giacinto, Director of the Italian Trade Agency in Iran, and Vincenzo Lipardi, President of SPICI.
As a follow-up activity of the Zhongguancun Forum, 4 Italian startup presented their technologies to investors, companies and institutions of the Chinese municipality of Changsha.
Signed by various organizations including investment funds and business accelerators, the agreement aims at the joint promotion of international projects and technologies.
The network aims to promote international cooperation projects between China and foreign markets as well as technology transfer processes.
SPICI signed a memorandum of understanding for the creation of an advanced training center. Called ITA-Innovators & Talents Academy, the center will offer various educational programs for students, companies and Public Administrations.
The Italian startup SoftMining reached the semifinals and presented its innovative solutions which make use of artificial intelligence in drug design.
The Special Innovation Prize, which is part of the prestigious Gaetano Marzotto Prize, aims to promote innovative and sustainable projects.