U15 Canada, German U15 sign cooperation agreement to deepen exchanges


U15 Canada and the German U15 have signed a cooperation agreement that will support closer ties between universities and researchers in Canada and Germany. Through the agreement, the two organizations have agreed to deepen exchanges through sharing best practices, enhancing consultation, and joint formulation of science policy. A key focus will be exploring what role universities play in addressing climate change. “This agreement represents the next step in forging closer international collaboration amongst the top research universities in Canada and Germany,” said U15 Canada CEO Chad Gaffield. “Our hope is that by working closely together, we can continue to deliver research which is of real value to both Canada and Germany.”