Belarus implemented 127 international sci-tech projects in 2022
These are projects with China, Serbia, Slovakia, Turkiey, the Republic of Korea, Vietnam, Pakistan, Azerbaijan, Armenia, Moldova, Tajikistan and Uzbekistan – as the Chairman of the State Committee on Science and Technology, Sergei Shlychkov, informed
According to Mr. Shlychkov, there are already plans for the future. For example, in co-operation with China, there will be developed highly efficient silicon-carbon composites for lithium-ion batteries (B.I. Stepanov Institute of Physics at Belarus’ National Academy of Sciences and Shanghai University); control systems for medical robots (United Institute of Informatics Problems at Belarus’ National Academy of Sciences and Zhejiang University of Science and Technology); a software package for early diagnosis of lung cancer (Belarusian State Medical University and School of Public Health at Suzhou University); and many more.