India, Australia step up joint research

March 2008
TCE: The Chemical Engineer;Mar2008, Issue 801, p9
Academic Journal
The article reports that India and Australia are considering the idea of strengthening their collaboration in industrial research that includes the hi-tech areas like nano-composites, bio-energy, health and agricultural bio-technology, climate change and solar energy. A joint working group will be formed in the next six months starting March 2008 to establish a roadmap for their scientific cooperation. The India-Australia Strategic Research Fund was set up in 2006.


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