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Quantum leap for UK and Germany science and research links

New partnership to turbocharge science and research links signed by UK and Germany.


UK and Germany agreement to strengthen R&D collaboration

A new agreement to boost science and research ties, and plans for a joint group of science and research experts, are part of shared measures announced by the UK and Germany today. (Tuesday 12 March).


The UK Science and Technology Secretary Michelle Donelan, and German Federal Minister of Education and Research Bettina Stark-Watzinger will announce these latest plans in London today, where they will sign a Joint Declaration of Intent committing both countries to broadening and deepening their science and research links.


Today’s meeting also brings together a unique forum featuring some of the leading lights from both countries’ science and research communities – including the Max-Planck Society, the Royal Society, Universities UK and the Helmholtz Association – to share and agree promising opportunities for R&D teamwork ranging from quantum and AI, to clean technology and research security. Moving forward, the UK and German governments will establish a Strategic Working Group to ensure that these high ambitions are matched with concrete plans on delivery.


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