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    ICDK in Shanghai publishes reports on the trends and developments in the Chinese market within ICT, Cleantech, Life science as well as research and education.   

    We will announce new publications on our LinkedIn. Below you can browse our most recent publications.           

     Paper about Danish-Chinese research collaboration funding opportunities in Denmark, Europe and China

    Danish-Chinese research collaboration funding opportunities in Denmark, Europe and China
    January 2019
    This guide gives an overview of the major public funding programmes in Denmark, Europe and China that supports research collaboration and research activities involving Chinese partners.                            


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    Social credit & big data trends in China
    December 2018
    This report presents an initial view into data and data practices in China, which may become increasingly important for Danish universities and companies to be familier with.


    Chinese Open Data in Public Health  Chinese Open Data in Public Health 
    December 2018           
    The report examines Chinese open data resources available to international researchers in the area of public health.



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    Sino-Danish Blockchain Experts' Dialogue (Special Report)
    November 2018
    In this special report, the four professors who participated in the 2018 “Sino-Danish Blockchain Experts’ Dalogue” share their reflections on the state-of-affairs in China’s blockchain sector as well as provide some feedback on the “Experts’ Dialogue”.  



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    China's reform to close the Talent Gap
    September 2018
    This report sheds light on the reform of China's vocational higher education sector which is undergoing substancial changes as a consequence of the 'Made in China 2025'-plan that Beijing launched in 2015. 


    Regional funding Research funding in China - Regional opportunities for Danish universities
    March 2018
    This report looks broadly at the Chinese research funding system and the ways in which scientists based at Danish universities can apply for funding in the Chinese system. It includes an overview of the national system, while also presenting important insights related to the regional funding mechanisms.


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    Chinese and Danish Research Funding - 2018 Guide
    March 2018
    The report gives an overview of of the publicly financed funding opportunities for researchers based at Danish institutions, working or wanting to work with Chinese counterparts.




    Mapping China's E-commerce Related Research
    December 2017
    The report includes an overview of Chinese HEDU based research groups and the private (incl. state owned enterprises) R&D centers active in the wide field of e-commerce research, i.e. including topics such as FinTech, logistics and communication. Finally, a few expert interviews present examples of existing collaboration and indicate future directions.   


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    Artificial Intelligence in China's Healthcare 
    November 2017
    The report makes a deep dive into selected areas of China’s AI-driven healthcare, i.e. precision medicine, genomic sequencing and big data management. It focuses on the political framework conditions, the Chinese companies driving the development of AI in healthcare as well as the potential for further collaboration between Denmark and China within AI-driven healthcare.




    Funding Guide for Danish Researchers Collaborating With China  
    March 2017
    This is the seventh edition of ICDK Shanghai’s funding guide. It aspires to give an overview of the funding opportunities for researchers based at Danish institutions, working or wanting to work with Chinese partners.    



    Drivers for Innovation in China - R&D and Consumer Driven Innovation and Trends
    September 2016
    This report highlights the tight link between consumer driven demands and innovation in China. Moreover, it looks into R&D, consumer trends, drivers, key players and collaboration for five selected areas with special interest for Denmark.


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    Mapping of Chinese R&D Networks
    February 2016
    This ICDK analysis provides you with a mapping of current development and activities in the Chinese R&D that corresponds with the focus of the Danish Innovation Networks within 22 specific sectors.




    Online Education
    November 2015
    Online education is much more widespread in China than in Denmark. This report looks at the state of the online education environment in China and discusses the opportunities for Danish companies working with online education.




    Innovation Cooperation - How?
    May 2015
    This report maps the innovation systems in Denmark and China respectively. Based on the mapping, the report discusses possible synergies between the two countries’ innovation systems.




    Big Data
    December 2014
    This report gives a broad overview of the big data industry in Denmark and China. It also maps relevant Danish stakeholders.




    Chinese Maritime R&D - in Ship Building, Ship Equipment and Offshore Engineering
    August 2014
    This report short report presents a mapping of the China’s maritime R&D efforts.


     '' Understanding the Chinese Education System and Matching Danish and Chinese Education Institutions
    February 2014

    This report provides a brief overview of the Chinese higher education system and compares its institutions to Danish counterparts. It also provides a general guideline to Danishhigher education institutions looking for Chinese partners.

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