Danish Minister Helge Sander opens new research centre in India  

2004.11.02
The Danish Minister for Science, Technology and Innovation Helge Sander opened a new research centre in Delhi last week

The Danish Minister for Science, Technology and Innovation Helge Sander opened a new research centre in Delhi, India, last week. The centre is based on a collaboration between Indian stakeholders and Aalborg University and will carry out research in 4th generation mobile phones focusing on internet, optical fibre and high-speed connections.

 

Helge Sander confirmed that he had signed a collaboration agreement with the Indian Minister of State for Science and Technology, Kapil Sibal. The agreement forms a foundation enabling companies and universities in Denmark and India to collaborate. The political aspects are now settled, Helge Sander added, and now it is up to companies to get started.

 

A delegation of representatives from the Danish corporate sector and research sector headed by Helge Sander, visited India last week to promote relations between the IT and biotech sectors of the two countries. The delegation visited Indian research institutions and companies in New Delhi and Bangalore. Representatives from Aalborg University were part of the delegation. The 5 day promotional visit was arranged by the Danish Trade Council in collaboration with the Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation and the Danish Embassy in India.

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