The final of "Win-in-Suzhou" Venture Contest for International Entrepreneurs took place yesterday as a part of the city’s 10th Venture Week which will unveil tomorrow.
This year's contest has drawn a total of 588 projects and 10 of them covering bio-medicine, artificial intelligence and environmental protection stood out and reached the final.
Yang Tao, a researcher from a Portuguese university, showcased his all-solid-state ceramic battery which is a solution to the instability of existing energy storage system.
The top three prizes will be awarded at the opening ceremony of the 10th Venture Week of Suzhou.
So far, Suzhou has a talent pool of more than 2.6 million people, including 222,900 high-level professionals. Among them, 131 are included in the entrepreneurship projects listed in national recruitment program of global experts.