The University of Strathclyde and New York University have cemented a flagship partnership, paving the way for a range of research and collaboration opportunities.
Signed by John Sexton, President of New York University, and Professor Sir Jim McDonald, Principal and Vice-Chancellor of the University of Strathclyde, the agreement is focused around five key themes in which the universities share strengths.
The two universities will work together in the fields of:
· Sustainable and future cities
· Biomedical engineering
· Energy and power systems
· Policy development and engagement
· Incubators and innovation
A programme of work will include research, education, and staff and student exchanges. The partnership will enable the universities to apply their expertise to bring together academia and the public and private sectors to help address global challenges in these important areas.
Read more at www.strath.ac.uk/press/newsreleases/headline_836088_en.html