On Monday 24th April, the French ambassador in Finland Serge Mostura and the director of the Institut français de Finlande Jeannette Bourgab welcomed in French Embassy the participants of 23 projects selected for a financing program for scientific cooperation between France and Finland.
Those 23 projects have been chosen among 125 projects received regarding the new bilateral program created by the Institut français de Finlande, the French Embassy in Finland, the French Ministry of Higher Education and Research, the Finnish Society for Science and Letters and the Finnish Academy of Science and Letters. The 23 projects selected are part of three scientific programs related to French and Finnish areas of excellence.
During the soirée the French ambassador and the Prof. Carl Grahmberg gave a speech within which they highlighted the importance and the possibilities of a bilateral scientific collaboration.
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Mathieu Leporini, Attaché of the scientific and university cooperation at the Institut français de Finlande.