The International Strategic Collaboration Programme: China (ISCP China) aims to build research capacity between Irish and Chinese universities and knowledge-intense industries in the strategically important areas of ICT, biomedical science and nanotechnology. The main objectives of ISCP China are to:
NUI Maynooth leads the programme in collaboration with Dublin City University, the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland, Trinity College Dublin and the Dublin Institute of Technology together with 39 different Chinese Institutions.
More details can be found at http://iscpchina.ie/
The China–Ireland Research consortium aims to build a cohesive infrastructure for the development of strategic links between Irish Research Institutions and Chinese academia and industry. The goal of China–Ireland Research is to build on individual strengths and consolidate interactions around a shared agenda in order to develop research and innovation collaborations in three key thematic areas: Agri-Food, ICT and Health. The principles underpinning the China–Ireland Research programme include:
The China–Ireland Research consortium is led by University College Dublin, together with its partners Cork Institute of Technology, NUI Galway, Teagasc, University College Cork, University of Limerick and Waterford Institute of Technology, and is active in three regional bases in China—Beijing, Shanghai, and the Shenzhen-Hong Kong area.
For more information, please visit www.chinairelandresearch.com