VILNIUS - A delegation of Lithuanian scientists is visiting Taiwan in order to expand and deepen bilateral cooperation, especially in the areas of laser physics and biotechnology, Lithuania's Ministry of Education, Science and Sport said on Monday.
Lithuanian scientists were also invited to Taiwan to share their achievements.
"We want to expand cooperation between Lithuanian and Taiwanese scientists, which has been ongoing for two decades. We are looking for ways to strengthen scientific cooperation in laser physics, biotechnology and other areas of mutual interest, to expand exchanges of young scientists and other joint scientific cooperation projects," Vice Minister of Education, Science and Sport Gintautas Jakstas said.
The Lithuanian scientists will visit Taiwanese research institutes, meet with the heads of the The Taiwan Science and Technology Hub, the leadership of Akademija Sinica that unites 32 research institutes, as well as representatives of Taiwan's science parks and centers.
Jakstas invited the management of the Taiwan Science and Technology Hub to the international Life Sciences Baltic event in Lithuania to be held in late September.