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Samsung to invest KRW 61 billion in 44 research projects

Wednesday 10 April 2019 | 20:06 CET | News
The funds will be invested in 16 research projects in basic science, 11 in materials technology and 17 in ICT. Samsung set up Samsung Science and Technology Foundation in charge of basic science, as well as Samsung Research Funding & Incubation Center for Future Technology in charge of materials technology, and ICT in August 2013 to support various research projects. 

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Companies: Samsung
Countries: Korea, Republic of
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