A team from the Eduardo Mondlane University, in Mozambique, won second place in the 928 Challenge competition, with a project to produce biogas from waste on farms
The University of Shenzhen, a Chinese city adjacent to Hong Kong, with an oxygen generator project for aquaculture, won the “928 Challenge” competition in Macau. In all, 16 finalist teams, ten of which Chinese, divided into two categories, universities and ‘startups’, competed in the final of the second edition of this Sino-Lusophone competition.
In second place was the project by a team from the Eduardo Mondlane University, in Mozambique, to produce biogas from waste in poultry farms.
The third position was awarded to the University of Foreign Studies of Beijing, whose team presented a training plan in the field of coffee culture in Timor-Leste, mainly aimed at women.
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