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December 13th, 2007

A decade of science partnership between SA and the EU

Abstract:
More importantly, participation is the Sixth Framework Programme, which covered the period 2002 to 2006, proved to be the most successful with close to 140 South African researchers participating in 117 international projects.

As a result, South Africa is now one of the EU's top international research participants, ranking fourth behind the US, China and the Russian Federation, in terms of successful participation by non-EU countries.
The main areas of cooperation in this particular programme included aeronautics and space, transport, nanotechnology, biotechnology, and global change and ecosystems.

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