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April 1st, 2009

Young EU "science ambassadors" start China research

Abstract:
China and the EU today launched a joint program to build long-term collaboration on science and technology based on "mutual trust and openness". Through the project young European researchers will acquire "insider knowledge" about China, the Chinese people and EU-China relations.

In the first phase of the Science and Technology Fellowship Program China (STF) sponsored by the European CommissionCthirty researchers from 12 EU countries will learn Chinese in Beijing for six months, followed by 18 months practical research in top-notch Chinese academic institutions, including Tsinghua University, China Academy of Sciences, Peking University, Shanghai Jiaoting University and the University of Science and Technology in Hefei to name a few.

The program mainly covers the fields of health, food, agriculture and fisheries, biotech, energy, environment, nanoscience, transport, socio-economic sciences and the humanities, space and security.

Source:
People's Daily Online

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