TEHRAN (Bernama) – Iran’s Isfahan Science and Technolgy Town (ISTT) and China’s Science and Technology Exchange Centre (CSTEC) have recently signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) on technology exchange, according to a report by the Iranian’s Islamic Republic News Agency (IRNA).
The agreement was signed by the ISTT president Mehdi Keshmiri and Sun Hong, director general of China’s Science and Technology Exchange Centre affiliated with the Ministry of Science and Technology.
Under the MoU signed in Tehran recently, both centres will exchange technology and introduce achievements of knowledge-based companies.
The three-year MoU envisions technology exhibitions, joint seminars, projects and research programmes, and transfer of know-how.
ISTT’s Science and Technology Park has 350 knowledge-based companies.
CSTEC is an independent organisation founded in 1982.
With expertise in fields such as international science and technology exchanges, its mandate is to promote interaction between research and industrial communities in China and their counterparts overseas.