The 3rd World Science and Technology and Development Forum was held in Beijing
Source: Two of the International Cooperation Bureau Published: 2021-11-08 [Font] The 3rd World Science and Technology and Development Forum opened on November 6, 2021, two days. This session is hosted by the China Science and Technology Association, the Chinese Academy of Sciences, and the Chinese Academy of Engineering.
The Chinese Academy of Engineering Li Xiaohong attended the opening ceremony of the forum and delivered a speech.
Dean Li pointed out that today’s world has become a consensus with innovative economic and social sustainable development. Focusing on strengthening global technology innovation cooperation, Li Xiaohong puts forward three expectations: First, promote universal sharing with openness; Second, promote communication with trust; three, to promote common development in cooperation.
Li Xiaohong said that engineering technology is an important force to change the world and promote the world’s sustainable development inventory. The Chinese Academy of Engineering will actively play the role of national high-end intelligence libraries. We are willing to work with the International Engineering Science and Technology Club, promote the open cooperation and mutual sharing of engineering technology, so that technology will better enhance human well-being and make greater contributions to building science and technology innovation communities.
This forum was held in the form of online underline, surrounding "Science: Human Society" "Innovation: Sustainable Development" "Trust: Based on Inclusive Development Governance" "Cooperation: Risk Challenge Countermeasures" The topic was discussed, and the world’s digital economy, SMEs international innovation and development, open science and open source innovation development, female scientist theme forums and series of young front-edge science and technology forums, and released the top ten scientific issues of human society in 2021. And the Global Science and Technology Community Open, Trust, and Cooperation Initiative. 205 guests from 19 countries and regions participated in this forum, including 7 Nobel Prize winners, 43 domestic and foreign academicians, focusing on major strategic issues in the world, talking about science and technology civilization, and seeking future development.
(Text / Zhu Wei, Figure / China Science Association).