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Opening of the first German-Korean research training group

vided a framework for the opening of the International Research Training Group. The initiative promotes Germany as a centre of research and aims to showcase the attractiveness of Germany and the German research environment. Building on the success of previous cooperative efforts by the two countries, the campaign is starting with South Korea as a renowned high-technology Asian country. Following the example of the new Research Training Group, further collaborations between German and Korean research institutions and companies are to be established.


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Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft
31-Oct-2006


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