The realization of international projects in science and technology: Australian-Chinese experience

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The research contents the analysis of the experience of the collaboration of Australia and China in science and innovations. The main directions of the development of international cooperation in the sphere of science and innovations are studied including the focus on addressing global problems and achieving sustainable development goals, the revitalization of cooperation in international relations. As the main contradiction of the development of science and technology it is highlighted from one side the desire of countries to strengthen the national sphere of science, from another - the international character of the most important research projects. The work analyses the structure of the sphere of science in Australia and China and the history of the collaboration of these two countries. It is mentioned that the development of scientific and technical cooperation leaded the development of the contacts in education and the revitalization of the Chinese investment in Australia. The research of the experience of the realization of cooperative Australian-Chinese projects made it possible to conclude that the cooperation of these two countries is based on the mutual complementation - China has resources and is ready to invest in the development of science and Australia is the country with the developed sphere of science. It determines the growth of the number of their cooperative projects in science and technology.


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E Yu Katkova

Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia (RUDN University)

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