Northeastern University Received the Geneva International Invention Awards

Written By:Yang Weiwei Edited By:Resource: Zhang Lei
Update: 2014-05-15

Recently, the 42nd Geneva International Invention Exhibition was held in Switzerland. Northeastern University (NEU) was invited to the event, and the 2 exhibited projects, “Monitoring System of Oil Pipeline Leak based on Big Data Technology” and “Power Supply Protection System of Voltage Fluctuationing Grid”, won 2 Gold Awards, and 1 Special Award. 

 

The Geneva International Invention Exhibition was founded in 1973, which is now the world’s largest, and longest continuous holding invention exhibition. Thousands of invention achievements from 45 countries and regions attended this year. 

 

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