CBI member Huawei held its first-ever European Academic Salon, hosted at the Royal Academy of Engineering in London. Bringing together 50 academics, policymakers, and industry leaders from across Europe, the discussion focused on the future direction of innovation and its implications for how universities and businesses work together.
The European Academic Salon showcased the Huawei Innovation Research Programme (HIRP), the company’s flagship funding initiative, which provides backing for leading universities and institutes conducting research in communications technologies, computer science, engineering, and related fields.
In Europe, Huawei has invested €57 million (more than £43 million) in R&D collaboration in the past three years to support more than 400 research projects.
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