UK, SA scientists set to share notes at research workshop
February 11, 2014 Editor 0
As part of a bilateral R3-million Scientific Seminar Scheme between South Africa and the UK, the South African Department of Science and Technology (DST) and the UK Department of Business Innovation and Skills will host a South Africa-UK Science and Technology Workshop to enhance research collaborations between both countries. The £200 000 workshop, which would run from February 10 to 11, in Cape Town, would see 75 scientists, researchers and officials identifying shared and specific areas of research interest, relevant for potential future collaborations, while exploring new and existing funding mechanisms to support ongoing research. It would also present an opportunity for the two countries to identify and make recommendations for future [national] collaboration on science and technology.
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