Ukrainian & Lithuanian Scientists to Work Together on Research
The research will concern the treatment of diseases, the environment, new materials and technologies, energy conservation, and more
In 2020-2021, Ukrainian and Lithuanian scientists will jointly work on 12 research projects.
This list was approved during the 8th meeting of the Ukrainian-Lithuanian Commission for Cooperation in Science and Technology.
The research will concern the treatment of diseases, the environment, new materials and technologies, energy conservation, etc. The projects will involve eight Ukrainian universities and four research institutions from different regions of Ukraine including Kyiv, Odesa, Lviv, Ivano-Frankivsk, Ternopil, and Kharkiv.
“Lithuania is our strategic partner in many areas. For example, in the field of science, we have 26 years of productive dialogue and successful cooperation. During this time, our scientists have implemented 38 projects together, plus they are now completing 13 joint projects for 2018-2019. The number of projects is the second-highest among all the countries with which we now carry out bilateral research. Only Poland exceeds that number,” First Deputy Minister of Education Yuri Polyukhovich said.