Twitter is a social networking and microblogging service that enables its users to send and read short messages known as tweets. Tweets are text-based posts of up to 140 characters displayed on the author’s profile page and delivered to the author’s subscribers who are known as followers.
Twitter is becoming increasingly used by the scientific community as a communication and information sharing tool. In this post we present a selection of news that appeared in this week´s Labex Korea Twitter Page. If a subject is of your interest, just click in the hyperlink to open the corresponding page. You can follow Labex Korea on Twitter, by clicking here.
News Shared in the Labex Korea Twitter from March 27th to April 3rd, 2010.
Life-Cycle Studies from the Worldwatch Institute: Palm Oil http://is.gd/bckgP
Brazil-Korea Cooperation: Closing Ties in Science, Technology and Innovation…. http://is.gd/bc7jT
Communication is key to the relationship between agriculture and public… http://is.gd/bbXkI
The GCARD 2010 final press release… http://is.gd/bbXhr
An overview over visualization techniques and methods that can be used to assess various aspects of genomic data.. http://is.gd/bbWyn
Boosting farm production will require broad revamp of research, experts say… http://is.gd/bbdUu
China-Africa Joint Research and Exchange Program Officially Launched… http://is.gd/bbdA8
Research: a force for globalisation… http://is.gd/bbdA8
“Let’s face it. In most of life we really are interdependent. We need each other. Staunch independence is an illusion, but heavy dependence isn’t healthy, either. The only position of long-term strength is interdependence: win/win.”
Greg Anderson, on Cooperation.
KAIST ICC Vice President Min Ho Kang, Ambassador Edmundo Fujita, Ambassador Hadil Vianna and Professor Jose Monserrat.
Brazil is pursuing lasting and productive relationships in Asia in the area of Science, Technology and Innovation, and Korea is a priority in this agenda. Cooperation agreements such as the one that enabled the opening of a Virtual Laboratory of Embrapa (Labex) in Korea are important drivers towards a long-term strategy for Brazil´s scientific and technological cooperation in Asia. Also, the development of additional joint programs and cooperative activities will allow the expansion of mutual knowledge between organizations in both countries, which is essential in building trust and more productive relations in the future.
Towards this end, the Embassy of Brazil in Seoul received on March 29th and 30th,2010, the preparatory mission to the First Science, Technology & Innovation Joint Committee Meeting between Brazil and Korea, to be held in the second semester of 2010. The objective of this mission was to initiate a dialogue towards definition of a long-term strategy for Brazil’s cooperation with Korea in Science, Technology and Innovation.
See below an article by Paulo Kemper, of KAIST Herald, with a summary of this mission´s activities.