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ANU signs deals with leading French research agencies

The Australian National University in Canberra has signed high-level agreements with the French government to strengthen research ties and collaborate on space industry projects.

The documents were signed at the governor-general’s official residence in Sydney and witnessed by prime minister Malcolm Turnbull and French president Emmanuel Macron during his visit to Australia.

The ANU’s deputy vice-chancellor Margaret Harding signed two agreements with the CNRS, France’s largest public research organisation, and also held talks with Jean-Yves Le Gall, president of the CNES, France’s national space research agency.

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