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Italy-Mexico: a study concerning the technical and scientific cooperation between the two countries

A meeting was held at the Secretaria de Relations Exteriores, concerning the 12 projects funded by the 2014-2016 Executive Programme for Scientific and Technological Cooperation between Italy and Mexico. It was aimed at taking stock of the current state of the scientific and technological cooperation between the two countries. Researchers from various Italian and Mexican institutions, and representatives from the Italian embassy and the Mexican Agency for International Cooperation (Amerced), reported on the progress achieved by the twelve joint initiatives at the end of the first year of activities. The projects were specifically involved with the sectors of aerospace, agriculture and agri-food, environment and energy, biomedical sciences, basic sciences and technologies applied to cultural heritage.

Italy and Mexico take stock of Scientific and Technological Cooperation

A progress report meeting took place to set concrete guidelines concerning the scientific and technical cooperation between Italy and Mexico, in view of continuing this collaborative program which was established December 1, 2014, at the Fourth Session of the Joint Commission. The Italian delegation that took part at the event was led by the Italian ambassador to Mexico, Alessandro Busacca and the Mexican delegation by the director for scientific-technical cooperation of Amexid, Ambassador Bruno Figueroa. The parties are called to select twelve projects from the following sectors: one for aerospace, two for agriculture and agri-food, one for environment and energy, three for the biomedical sciences, three for basic sciences and two for applied technologies applied to cultural heritage.