Jiaxing pursues innovative development
Jiaxing in East China's Zhejiang province plays an active role in the construction of the Yangtze River Delta (YRD) G60 Science and Innovation Corridor. [Photo/WeChat account: jxfabu]
Jiaxing in East China's Zhejiang province has been playing an active role in the construction of the Yangtze River Delta (YRD) G60 Science and Innovation Corridor, Jiaxing Daily reported on Jan 11.
The YRD G60 Science and Innovation Corridor, which started in Songjiang district, Shanghai and includes nine YRD cities, explores the free flow of scientific research and innovation, and Jiaxing has been promoting the construction of technological innovation platforms in the city in recent years.
Swan Lake Future Scientific Town in Jiaxing's Xiuzhou district opened in April 2020 and has attracted MINTH, HELLA, Huawei, and other companies; Development plans have been formulated for Phoenix Lake Science City in Tongxiang county-level city; Juanhu International Science City in Haining county has been shortlisted as a key provincial project.
The city has also promoted the high-quality development of high-tech industrial parks, and it is currently home to eight such parks at the provincial level or above.
In addition, it has ramped up efforts to attract high-quality innovative resources.
Since a number of talent-oriented platforms, including the Zhejiang Yangtze River Delta Talent Building, the Zhejiang Yangtze River Delta High-level Talent Innovation Park, the Jiashan Yangtze River Delta Talent Innovation Park, and the Pinghu Talent Innovation Park, opened in May of last year, they have attracted more than 10 high-profile talent projects and served over 1,500 talents.
A construction plan for the YRD G60 Science and Innovation Corridor was recently published by the Ministry of Science and Technology and five other departments, and Jiaxing has formulated an action plan to participate in and promote the development of the corridor by strengthening its industrial competitiveness, increasing innovation among local companies, and commercializing research findings.