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USP signs MOU with Japan uni

By ANA MADIGIBULI
Tuesday, July 15, 2014

Update: 2:06PM A MEMORANDUM of Understanding that was signed between USP and Japans Keio University will see a scope of academic collaboration and exchange in sustainable development, climate change impacts, vulnerability and adaptation, climate change since, renewable energy, natural resources, geographical information system, coastal management and more.

The MOU signing that was done today during the International Conference for Renewable Energy and Climate Change at USP in Suva will promote academic collaboration between the two parties in education, and in social and scientific research activities.

USP professor John Bythell said the MOU was on the Mutlimedia database and data mining research laboratory and ubiquitous computing research laboratory and environmental policy studies laboratory, graduate school of media and governance.

He said the new partnership will surely help the students from both universities in research and exploring collaboration through education.

 

 

 








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