In 2009, the Royal Society of Chemistry signed a cooperation agreement with the State Administration for Foreign Experts Affairs (SAFEA), a division of the Chinese Government. As part of a wider governmental initiative to enhance the global impact of Chinese science and China’s higher education institutions, the RSC and SAFEA provide funding for a Visiting Researchers Programme. This encourages academics from the UK to visit Chinese universities to share best practice, advise Chinese researchers on presenting their research to an international audience and to stimulate collaboration between UK and Chinese institutions.
 
This blog provides a space for participants to share their experiences and for the RSC to highlight the opportunities that stem from the SAFEA programme.

*The map is reproduced from the United Nations Statistics Division
 

Research Collaborations



In 2011 Dr Falko Drijfhout visited Zhejiang University as part of the RSC Visiting Researcher Programme. This year he will return to  follow-up on shared research projects and discuss opportunities for further collaborative work. To find out more about his visit last year have a look at his trip report.
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Posted by Laura Smart on Jun 15, 2012 9:28 AM Europe/London

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