Korea, Singapore Institutes Sign MOU On Nanotechnology Applications
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
SEOUL - The Korea Institute of Machinery & Materials has signed a memorandum of understanding with two national research institutes of Singapore to co-research and develop micro- and nanotechnologies across nine sectors that could be applied in the field of biomedicine
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