Financial Secretary pays visit to PolyU
On 30 January, Financial Secretary Mr Paul Chan visited PolyU’s Aviation Services Research Centre and the base for research and development of sophisticated space tools, learning about the University’s state-of-the art technologies in aircraft maintenance and contributions to the Nation’s lunar mission. Interim President Prof. Philip C. H. Chan and the senior management team also shared with Mr Chan the University’s latest research development and successful examples in knowledge transfer in smart city, artificial intelligence and financial technology.
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