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A 12-member overseas delegation is at the Indira Gandhi Centre for Atomic Research (IGCAR) on a tri-lateral collaborative programme among the Departments of Science and Technology of India, Brazil and South Africa.
Giving details of the nation-wide joint initiative, Baldev Raj, IGCAR Director and programme coordinator, told presspersons here on Friday that the IBSA nanotechnology initiative was to formulate mega collaborative programmes of mutual interest.
“We will chalk out specific areas of cooperation especially in the accepted areas of common national interest to all three countries covering energy materials, advanced materials, health, water treatment, agriculture, and environment,” Dr. Raj said. The areas of common national interest to all three countries under this initiative were energy materials, health, water treatment, agriculture, environment and catalysis, he told reporters.