Armenia, Cuba entering into scientific cooperation
YEREVAN, April 3. /ARKA/. Armenia and Cuba are planning to establish cooperation in science, press office of Armenia’s State Committee for Science reported.
The head of the Committee Samvel Harutiunyan met with vice-president of Cuba’s Academy of Sciences Fidel Castro Dias-Balart and Cuban ambassador to Armenia Emilio Losada Garcia.
Harutiunyan attached importance to bilateral scientific and educational ties and expressed hopes for further cooperation.
The sides discussed bilateral programs in life sciences, physics and technical sciences and agreed to prepare a memorandum about cooperation.
The Cuban guests have also visited the CANDLE Institute of synchrotron studies and the Institute of Physics Research of Armenia’s Academy of Sciences.
CANDLE (Center for the Advancement of Natural Discoveries using Light Emission) is a project to create a third-generation synchrotron radiation that received a high appraisal from prestigious international expert commissions. CANDLE provides an opportunity for modern fundamental and applied research in many scientific fields. –0—