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NZ in partnership with Korean research agency


The University of Auckland has signed a deal with South Korea’s biggest government research agency to support collaboration in areas such as engineering, robotics and biotechnology.

The agreement was signed in Auckland on 22 February by UA’s commercial research company, UniServices, and representatives from the South Korean government’s National Research Council of Science and Technology.  

Announcing the agreement, UA deputy vice-chancellor for research, Jim Metson said it “carried great promise” for future collaborations between NZ and South Korea.

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