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Samsung to spend 100 bln won for industry-academia cooperation projects

All News 11:13 July 13, 2020

SEOUL, July 13 (Yonhap) -- Samsung Electronics Co., South Korea's leading tech firm, said Monday that it will spend 100 billion won (US$83 million) this year to boost cooperation between industry and academia to better develop future chip and display technologies.

Samsung opened its industry-academia cooperation center in July 2018, and has supported research projects in the chip and display sectors by more than 700 university professors and students.

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"The latest investment is likely to help researchers at local universities whose projects have been delayed or suspended amid the COVID-19 pandemic," the company said.

The program allows local universities to use Samsung's advanced chip equipment for their research projects.

Samsung said it plans to expand its industry-academia cooperation program in the field of basic science, such as physics and mathematics.


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