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Days of Science and Technologies of China in the Republic of Belarus (24-27 June 2008, Minsk)

July 14, 2008


On 24-27 June 2008 in Minsk the Days of Science and Technologies of China in the Republic of Belarus have passed. The event was organized by Belarusian Institute of System Analysis and Information Support of Scientific and Technical Sphere on behalf of the State Committee for Science and Technologies of Belarus and the Ministry of Science and Technologies of China. Within the framework of the Days the following actions have been carried out: an exhibition of developments of the Chinese scientists, presentation of the S&T potential of Chanchyn (25 June 2008), the 8-th session of the Intergovernmental Belarusian-Chinese Commission on Cooperation in the Field of Science and Technologies (25 June 008).

An opening ceremony of the Days of Science and Technologies of China was headed by the First Deputy Prime-Minister of the Republic of Belarus V.Semashko, Deputy Minister of Science and Technologies of China Tzao Tzyanlin, Chairman of the State Committee for Science and Technologies of Belarus V.Matyushkov, Temporary Attorney in Businesses of the Chinese National Republic in Belarus Dzyan Syaoyan, etc.

At the exhibition about 120 developments of the Chinese scientists have been presented. Part of them was executed within the framework of the bi-lateral S&T programs and projects. The exposition covered wide range of areas, such as new materials, biotechnology, electronics, optoelectronics, ecology, resource saving technologies, transport, etc. As a result of the  exhibition a number of protocols on intentions and agreements about joint R&D and production with the institutes of the National Academy of Sciences of Belarus, Belarusian State University, Republican Centre of Technology Transfer, etc. is signed.

On 25 June 2008 the 8-th session of the Intergovernmental Belarusian-Chinese Commission on Cooperation in the Field of Science and Technologies was carried out during which the parties have exchanged information about the state of science and technologies in the two countries and summarized the results of the projects approved at the 7-th session of the Intergovernmental Belarusian-Chinese Commission on Cooperation in the Field of Science and Technologies. By the results of the session the protocol was signed and the Program of S&T cooperation for 2008–2010 was approved. The program contains 19 bi-lateral projects covering a number of important for Belarus and China areas of research — new materials, biotechnology, power, road construction, technologies of processing of metals, hydrogen fuel elements, agricultural technologies, etc.


   
 


Delegation of the Ministry of Science and Technologies of China visited scientific and production amalgamations “Integral" and "Planar" where they carried out negotiations with top-managers on expansion of cooperation in the sphere of microelectronics.

 

 

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