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Akashrup Banerjee

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Need of this hour is to ensure a strong partnership with reciprocal benefits between like-minded nations, belonging to developed and developing groups. At Lindau we will form teams of developed and developing countries, captained by Nobel Laureates. #Lindau_Nobel_Laureates #Mutual_Benefit #New_Solutions

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The recent pandemic has instantiated that Science, not Scientists, should cross borders! Bilateral commitments with reciprocal benefits and obligations is the way forward for academia and industry. This can be accomplished with focused collaborations between two sets of countries with compatible talents, but gaps in science investments owing to geopolitical scenarios. Mutual benefits of infrastructural developments and access to a substantial talent pool would play out profitably for both countries. At Lindau, we will brainstorm over proposals where Nobel laureates would manage and direct partnerships between pairs of developed countries with technological advances and emerging countries with human resources.

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Posted on

28. May 2020