Med-Or Foundation and CNR: signed a Memorandum of Collaboration
The agreement was signed during the meeting between Med-Or Chairman, Marco Minniti, and the President of the CNR, Maria Chiara Carrozza, in which some initial possible areas of collaboration and projects for the countries of the Broader Mediterranean were also discussed
Rome, 24 february 2023 - Med-Or Foundation Chairman, Marco Minniti, and the President of the National Research Council (CNR), Maria Chiara Carrozza, signed a collaboration agreement during a meeting held at the Foundation headquarters in Rome.
The agreement is part of the already established cooperation pathway that Med-Or Foundation has set up with numerous Italian and international organizations and institutions in the field of scientific research, advanced training and education. In particular, the agreement signed with the CNR will be aimed at promoting research projects and higher education, in subjects of common interest, as well as organizing seminar activities, conferences and analyses.
“The signing of an agreement between Med-Or and the CNR represents an important new step in the consolidation of our collaborative relationships with Italy’s leading research and academic institutions. The CNR represents excellence and a point of reference for the entire Italian scientific research system, and we are convinced that, by making this agreement operational, reciprocal opportunities for the development of advanced study, training and research programs and projects with our partners in the Broader Mediterranean region can be created,” said Marco Minniti.
“The Mediterranean area can become an ecosystem capable of attracting talent and fostering European start-ups and industries, of producing solutions for the wellbeing of people and society, and also of responding to today’s major challenges, in an integrated vision,”said CNR President Carrozza. - This is a goal that this collaboration will help us to pursue, encouraging the exchange of skills and tools that will also help make national and European research institutions more competitive in the international context.”