UCL, KUL to conduct first joint international mission in 50 yearsTuesday, 06 March 2018 17:07
The agreement should allow researchers from the various institutions to conduct further research in their respective fields in MIT’s laboratories and vice versa, the UCL explained.
The joint mission is also a new step in the development of closer ties between the UCL and KUL. The two universities have already decided to reconstruct digitally the former academic library that had been divided into two following the 1968 split. The two universities are also planning to grant doctor honoris causa titles in future.
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