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[Joongdo Daily] 'K-High-Tech in One Place' National Science Museum's 'Future Society and High-Tech Companies' Exhibition

Joongdo Daily  01-15-2024

[Joongdo Daily] 'K-High-Tech in One Place' National Science Museum's 'Future Society and High-Tech Companies' Exhibition



Exhibition opens on the afternoon of the 16th... with five companies participating


"Advanced technologies are being unveiled at the R&D (research and development) level, and this is a meaningful exhibition that shows how these technologies will be created and used by companies in the upcoming future society."


On the 15th, a day before the opening of the exhibition 'Future Society and High-tech Companies' at the NSC, Jang sung-wook, a researcher at the NSC, explained the meaning of the exhibition.


The 'Future Society and High-Tech Companies' exhibition, which aims to expand the base of science and technology culture based on public-private partnerships, will open on the second floor of the Future Technology Hall of the NACS on the afternoon of the 16th. NCTC opened the exhibition space to reporters from Daedeok R&D Special Zone a day ahead of the opening.


Five domestic companies will participate in the exhibition. The five companies, which were selected through a competition in the first half of 2023, are NOROO Paint, zkrypto, Vallsys, NewTune, and SafeWare.

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zkrypto researcher Shin-Yuk Kang explains how blockchain-based voting systems work. Hyoin Lim Reporter

zkrypto, a company that won the Innovation Award at the International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas (LA), USA, introduced technology that combines blockchain technology and online voting, and set up a corner where you can experience online voting. The company also explained what kind of society can be changed through a voting system based on blockchain technology and applicable cases.

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The exhibition will run until 29 December 2024.

The National Science Centre plans to continue exhibiting innovative technologies in the future.


"We hope that visitors will be able to indirectly experience the upcoming future society through the exhibition of cutting-edge technology and science by companies through public-private partnerships," said Lee Seok-rae, director of the National Science Museum. Reporter Lim Hyo-in


JoongAng Daily (www.joongdo.co.kr)

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