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Agreement with the Scientific Research Cooperation to Partner in Can Tho

On November 4, the Can Tho City Department of Science and Technology signed an agreement with DTU to provide technological support to Can Tho and the Mekong Delta on practical research and solutions, to focus on new and high-tech applications and the development of key local products, inventions and projects that can be applied to daily life, production and business tin that region. 
The partners will work together to provide the latest scientific and technological information, methods and intellectual and industrial property for implementation in research, training and implementation of science & technology projects. Furthermore, they will jointly develop partnerships worldwide and call for investment capital on shared projects to improve productivity and product quality and establish and protect new intellectual property rights during times of international integration.
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DTU signs an agreement with the Can Tho city Department of Science & Technology
The partners will also enable local companies and researchers to access the latest technologies, and DTU will support the completion of the projects to establish technology trading platforms and then train technicians and other human resources. The Can Tho City Department of Science & Technology will focus on networking and also identify local sources of investment capital for existing DTU projects.
The Can Tho City Department of Science & Technology Director, Mr. Ngo Anh Tin, explained how, after researching DTU, its staff, facilities and activities, his Department decided to sign the agreement and devise practical solutions which can be applied to improve productivity and daily life throughout Can Tho and the Mekong Delta.
“This partnership is vital to us,” said Mr. Tin. “In the near future, the science & technology sector in Can Tho will dedicate resources to enable DTU to enter our marketplace and jointly establish and expand into several new different fields.”
(Media Center)