Once known as "Guanzhou Island," Guangzhou International Bio Island in Huangpu has undergone centuries of transformation, evolving from a historic islet to today's cutting-edge biotech research and production center.
China recently inaugurated its first-ever biopharmaceutical pilot industrial park, the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area Biosafety Innovation Port, in Guangzhou's Huangpu district.
HTWO Guangzhou, a hydrogen fuel cell factory under Hyundai Motor Group, completed construction in Huangpu district on June 1.
China-Singapore Guangzhou Knowledge City (CSGKC) is dedicated to creating a modern city that integrates industry and urban living while achieving a balance between work and residence, convenient transportation, and ecological sustainability.
Guangzhou's Huangpu district has recently witnessed significant progress in three major projects.
Huangpu district recently held a strategic planning consultation meeting that focused on the high-quality development of China-Singapore Guangzhou Knowledge City (CSGKC).
Since its establishment 13 years ago, China-Singapore Guangzhou Knowledge City (CSGKC) has expanded from 123 square kilometers to 232 sqkm, with a planned population of one million and over 24,500 registered businesses that have a registered capital of nearly 624.8 billion yuan ($90.8 billion).
China's Ministry of Science and Technology recently announced the 2022 annual evaluation results for national sci-tech business incubators.
The Biomedicine and New Mobility Future Industrial Science and Technology Park, the first future industrial sci-tech park in the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area, was recently selected as a pilot zone for industrial science and technology.
The China-Singapore Guangzhou Knowledge City (CSGKC) in Huangpu district has recently ushered in new progress in the construction of scientific research institutions.