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Self-driven scoops scour waters

Plastic pollution in oceans, rivers, harbours and lakes has become a hot-button issue around the world, including in Hong Kong where most people live and work near waterways and see the problem every day.
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Start-ups reach out

The serial information technology revolutions – transistors (1950s), integrated circuits (1960s), personal computers (1970s, 80s), Internet (1990s) and mobile devices (2010s) – had a profound effect on the global economy because of their breadth. The jump in communication, data processing and storage capacity transformed every field from accounting to zoology.

Shucking the world oyster

The global population is a neat 1,000 times larger than Hong Kong’s, but most start-ups in the city create innovations that could be used anywhere in the world.

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