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Proposal for joint partnerships with India

Feb. 13, 2011 - 18:09 By
The Indo-Korean Joint Program of Cooperation in Science and Technology is calling for joint project proposals.

The program facilitates bilateral cooperation between scientists and researchers from both countries.

The areas of interest are: transportation, robotics and engineering sciences, nutrition and food safety, renewable energy, chemical and biochemical technologies, health and medical sciences, material science and technology, water resources and environment, and information technology.

The program is open to scientists, engineers and institutions located in South Korea and India that are engaged in advanced research in one or more of the fields listed.

Project proposals must be submitted by Feb. 28.

For a complete list of details and forms, visit the Indian Embassy’s site at or contact Kim Yun-sook at (02) 3460-5623 or by e-mail at