Israel and France will jointly sponsor selected sustainable
marine environment and applied physics research projects, Israel's
Ministry of Innovation, Science and Technology said on Monday,
Trend reports citing Xinhua.
The financial support will be given to Israeli-French joint
scientific research projects for the development of technologies
for marine usage and sustainability, as well as applied photonics
and laser research.
The program will include up to eight selected two-year projects,
which will each receive 80,000 euros (85,000 U.S. dollars) from
each of the two countries, that is, up to a total support of 1.28
million euros for all projects.
Cooperation may include mutual visits between laboratories for
facilitating the research, and shared use of research facilities,
materials, equipment, and services by cooperating scientists.
The Israeli ministry will provide support along with
France's Ministry of Europe and Foreign Affairs and the Ministry of
Higher Education and Research and Innovation.
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