The Ministry of Science and Technology said basic research projects were now open for public bids and that research institutions in European Union member countries could participate in accordance with Sino-EU sci-tech cooperative treaty. Current projects up for grabs cover agriculture, clean use of coal, exploitation and use of oil and natural gas, recycled energy, software development, virtual reality and other areas. According to ministry rules, applicants from the EU must join at least two Chinese research institutions to participate.
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