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December 5th, 2007
Officials from The University of Texas at San Antonio and Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico (UNAM) recently celebrated the signing of an agreement in cooperation in science to foster collaboration between the two universities.
Under the agreement, both universities will provide $50,000 in annual funding to support scholarly exchanges in research development allowing top scientists and students from both institutions to collaborate in cutting-edge research.
Over the last three years, UNAM scientists conducted problem-related research in a number of areas including Parkinson's disease, desalination of water in Mexico, mapping the genome of parasites and nanotechnology.
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