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Cooperation in Science and Technology

 

Cooperation in Science and Technology

 

Cooperation between Italy and Canada in science and technology is strong and longstanding, based in part on the Agreement on Cultural Cooperation signed in Ottawa in 1984. Among other things, the Agreement supports and promotes researcher exchanges and joint research projects. The Agreement is implemented through the re-negotiation, every three years, of an Executive Program that
identifies the areas of greatest research interest to both countries.

Click here to see the most recent Executive Program between Italy and Québec.

The Office of the Science Attaché at the Embassy of Italy coordinates and supervises science and technology cooperation between the
two countries. It facilitates the internationalization of Italy’s research system and contributes to the development of bilateral relations.

To contact the Office, click here.

 

An Institutional Overview

The Canadian federal departments responsible for research and development are:

The first department deals primarily with applied research and research & development, while the second is mandated to follow pure science or “curiosity-driven” science.

The principal agencies at the national level involved in research and development are:

The principal agencies involved in research and development at the provincial level are:

The main universities and research centres in Canada are:

Science and technology cooperation between the two countries is most active in the following fields: physics, biochemistry, nanotechnology, photonics, and medical sciences.

 

Cooperation Agreements with Canada

Of particular note among the cooperation agreements and executive programs are:


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