At the opening ceremony of the Pingshan River innovation and technology corridor held in Huizhou, Prof. Wing-tak Wong, Deputy President and Provost, revealed that PolyU will establish a research platform in the Daya Bay Economic and Technological Development Zone to contribute to the development of the corridor. The platform aims at advancing research on AI and new energies, translation of research outcomes into real-world impacts, facilitating talent recruitment and collaboration among industry, academia and research sectors.