U.S. and Ireland Hold 27th Science and Technology Meeting
Nanoscience, engineering, and cybersecurity were included in the discussions.
The 27th meeting of the U.S.-Ireland Research and Development Partnership Steering Group was announced by the State Department. The United States, Ireland, and Northern Ireland released a joint statement about their cooperation in science and technology.
The U.S.-I R&D Partnership discussions covered cooperation in research and development fields such as nanoscale science and engineering, sensors and sensor networks, telecommunications, energy and sustainability, cybersecurity, health, and agriculture, according to State Department Spokesperson Ned Price.
“There is close trilateral cooperation in research and development between the United States, Ireland, and Northern Ireland. Over 86 transnational research projects have been carried out successfully to this point.