Research coup for UNSW
China’s expanding university sector is expected to make it a research and development powerhouse in coming decades.
And universities around the world are scrambling to get a slice of the action.
In recent years, tertiary institutions have been signing agreements with Chinese universities, ranging from collaborative research deals to building satellite campuses.
And Australia’s higher education sector is no different.
One Australian university has just signed an agreement with a Chinese counterpart, to tap into the growing volume of intellectual property being developed in China.
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