London: The University of Central Lancashire and National Innovation Center have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to identify and develop potential research and innovation opportunities.
As per the agreement, both parties aim at developing and providing an academic/industrial partnership in relation to research and innovation in emerging cyber-related areas. The parties will work in the area of telehealth, drone application in medical events, and cyber education-related projects.
Likewise, they have agreed to identify and develop opportunities to submit joint research and knowledge exchange funding bids, identify and develop solutions to specific business issues, challenges, and risks, identify viable business opportunities which can be pursued, including commercial exploitation of ideas and identify and develop two-way staff and student secondment and placement opportunities.
The MoU was signed during the recent UK visit of NIC Nepal’s Founder, Mahabir Pun.
“We would like to thank Prof Rupak Kharel, Hari Karki, Nepalese Student Society and friends at University of Central Lancashire who made it possible to sing this MoU,” said Hari Krishna Neupane, Advisor and Europe Coordinator of NIC Nepal. “We see it as a great opportunity to collaborate in promoting technology and innovation in both the countries,” he added.