Shanghai-Israel 1st Call for Proposals Now Open
November 15, 2011

The government of the Shanghai Municipality, The People's Republic of China, and the government of the state of Israel signed a bilateral agreement in 2011 to form the Shanghai–Israel program for Industrial R+D, with the primary aim of supporting joint industrial R+D projects aimed at the development of products or processes leading to commercialization in the global market.

The government of the Shanghai Municipality, The People's Republic of China, and the government of the state of Israel signed a bilateral agreement in 2011 to form the Shanghai–Israel program for Industrial R+D, with the primary aim of supporting joint industrial R+D projects aimed at the development of products or processes leading to commercialization in the global market.

Open to all technological fields. Deadline for Submission – March 29, 2012

The first call for proposals under the Shanghai (China) - Israel cooperation program is now open! Applications in all technological sectors will be accepted until March 29, 2012. 

This call is open to joint projects based on merit that include science and technology (S+T) development leading to commercial success, social good and benefits to both countries.  

For further details, including criteria and the application process, please review the "Call for Proposals" Document below, and/or contact Ms. Hadas Kroitoru (program manager for Asia-Pacific countries) for more information.

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