The Taizhou Day series of events conducted by Taizhou city – located in East China's Jiangsu province – recently took place at universities in Harbin, the capital of Northeast China's Heilongjiang province.
On Nov 8, the events were hosted at the Harbin Institute of Technology, where the official release of the technology innovation demand list for the 10 Taizhou "1+4" industry clusters was announced.
The appointment ceremony of the Innovation Mentors Group also took place there. Additionally, the Harbin Institute of Technology signed an agreement with the Jiangyan district government to establish a student practice base.
On Nov 7, the Taizhou Day series of events took place at Harbin Engineering University, where the unveiling of the Harbin Engineering University Jiangyan Employment Practice Base was announced.
Participants engaged in discussions and communications about school-enterprise cooperation, technological innovations and the development of talent.
In addition, Harbin Engineering University's College of Materials Science and Chemical Engineering signed a cooperation agreement with the Jiangyan Economic Development Zone.
This aimed to establish closer collaboration in the fields of industry-university-research cooperation and technology commercialization.
The events included the release of 10 key technological needs, with a total subsidy topping 30 million yuan ($4.13 million) and recorded cooperation agreements for eight projects.
The events also featured jobs fairs, which attracted a significant number of students. A total of 36 companies – including Shuangdeng Group and Jiangsu Pacific Precision Forging Co Ltd – offered over 1,000 jobs.