In New Project, Russian Universities Tap American Expertise in Tech Transfer
A graduate student works with a laser particle analyzer at the National University of Science and Technology, in Moscow, one of several research institutions in Russia that will collaborate with American universities in commercializing scientific research.
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#1 Sep 30, 2010
America istrying to tap into Russian technology. It says it is trying to get Russia to open up its doors to external technology, and become more commercial with its science. It also stated that some in Russia will not like the idea. I would proceed with cation if I was Russia, but I would still proceed. Russia has excellent science, but not alot of commercial use or application of it.
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