JINR and NAS of Armenia sign cooperation deal

25 January 2013 - 1:05pm


President of the National Academy of Sciences of Armenia Radik Martirosyan and Director of the Joint Institute for Nuclear Research (JINR) Victor Matveyev signed a deal to cooperate in science, innovations and education in Dubna, News Armenia reports.

The sides will conduct research in physics, nuclear power, nano-technology, energy and information technologies together. They will form joint science groups.

Scientists of the Armenian Institute for Problems of Computers and Automation of the NAS of Armenia operate at the JINR.

Matveyev received an invitation to visit the National Academy of Sciences of Armenia in October 2013 to mark its 70th anniversary.


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