Hungarian and Indian scientists and researchers will set up a
broad virtual network to share research findings in bio-medicine,
green energy and space research over the next three years, said
Ferenc Partos, who signed the agreement with Thirumalachari
Ramasami, India’s science and technology deputy minister earlier in
Emphasis will be placed on bone-marrow research, catalysator
development and optical fiber research, he said.
The experts will regularly visit with prospective partner
institutions, he said, adding that a group of Hungarian scientists
would soon go to India to identify the institutions and areas of
co-operation in the three main fields.
He said NKTH and the Indian Science ministry would each fund the
joint research with 500,000 euros per year from the joint research
budget of 2 million euros.