Mozambique – Italy funds university research

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mozambique flag mapYoung researchers from Mozambique presented “Biotechnology for Health” and “The Genetic Characterisation of Populations”, at the first symposium of biotechnologies masters of the Eduardo Mondlane University.

The symposium was organized within the context of the training and continuing education programme of the biotechnology centre funded by the Italian government, Sardegna Research and the Universities of Rome, Pisa and Sassari, for an overall sum of €1.6 million.

 

Source: Italy – Ministry of Foreign Affairs - Press Release – 1 April 2013

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