Pollution Control Over Liaohe
River by Joint Hands of CAS and Liaoning Province
In November 2004, the Overall Program of Ecological Construction and Demonstration of the Control Model for the Liaohe River Watershed, a major project jointly launched by the Shenyang Institute of Applied Ecology, the Ecological Environment Research Center of CAS and relevant institutions of the Liaoning Province, was put into effect. The main purpose of the Program is to control the industrial pollution and agricultural surface pollution, and to eliminate basically the water quality of category V in the whole watershed through rational use of water resources and research of ecological safety in collaboration with the Liaoning Province in implementing its 3 years' control program for the Liaohe watershed based on the understanding of the harmful effects and causes of the ecological and environmental problems in the Laohe watershed.
Cooperation Between CAS and Zhejiang Province Upgrade
On March 8, CAS and Zhejiang Provincial
Government held talks on comprehensive cooperation in Beijing.
Jiangsu Province Seek New Round Comprehensive Cooperation
On March 11, Jiangsu Provincial Government and CAS
signed an Agreement on Cooperation Regarding Joint Promotion of Independent
Innovation in Science and Technology. The two parties have already formed
a good foundation for cooperation. They have not only jointly organized
and implemented a large number of collaborative projects in science and
technology leading to handsome economic benefits and promoting a large
number of scientific and technological research achievements transfer,
but also created a number of bases to industrialize science and technology,
which helped with construction of the regional innovation systems. According
to the incomplete statistics by the end of 2004, various forms of cooperative
relationships had been established between 49 units of CAS, including
its subordinate branch academies, research institutes, companies and nearly
500 enterprises in the Jiangsu Province, and 641 cooperative projects
have been implemented.
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