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Iran, S. Korea Boost Research Cooperation
Iran, S. Korea Boost Research Cooperation

Iran, S. Korea Boost Research Cooperation

Iran, S. Korea Boost Research Cooperation

Roads, Housing and Urban Development Research Center (BHRC), affiliated with the Ministry of Roads and Urban Development, on Saturday signed an agreement with Korea Institute of Civil Engineering and Building Technology (KICT) to expand collaborations in the field of construction technology. According to MRUD’s news service, the two think tanks will cooperate in research areas and specifically on eco-friendly construction technology and development of roads. The agreement requires parties to prepare the grounds for starting researcher exchange programs and establishing joint research and development offices.  BHRC and KICT also agreed to organize joint events and training courses. The agreement is valid for three years, which might be extended. Established in 1971, BHRC works closely with the Ministry of Roads and Urban Development to address issues related to transportation, construction and housing. 

 

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