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Hubei University Negotiate for Cooperation with University Science Park of Wuhan East Lake High-tech Development Zone

July 27, 2021

On July 15, team for investigation and research led by Zhu Xin, deputy Secretary of the Party Committee of Hubei University, went to University Science Park of Wuhan East Lake High-tech Development Zone (National University Science Park in Optics Valley). At the park, the team extended discussions with Zeng Yumei, member of the Party Committee of Wuhan High-tech Group and President of University Science Park, on strategic cooperation and promotion of transformation of scientific and technological achievements.

 

 

 

Zeng Yumei showed the opinion that Hubei University is an important force in higher education in Hubei province, with outstanding comprehensive strength and new engineering majors such as artificial intelligence, cyberspace security and material energy. Both sides may explore long-term cooperation models in achievements transformation, innovation and entrepreneurship and talent training. In this way, we may jointly make contributions to the economic and social development of Hubei province.

 

Zhu Xin recognized the practice of linking innovation chain and industrial chain, transforming scientific and technological achievements of universities, and helping to nurture enterprises. Also, he posed a positive attitude for the economic and social benefits of the Science and Technology Park. He said that in recent years, provincial leaders have visited Hubei University for many times and raised high expectations for the future development of our school. And the survey aimed to seek cooperation with the park. We looked forward to exploring the two-way cooperation path between us, thus promoting the development of Wuhan and Hubei Province together.

 

Before the meeting, the team led by Zhu Xin visited the VR·AR industrial base in the park, learned about the progress of engineering development in detail, and got the introduction of the application of relevant scientific research achievements.