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XTBG and international institutions sign MoUs
Author: Zhang Wei
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Update time: 2016-04-27
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Xishuangbanna Tropical Botanical Garden (XTBG) has signed a series of Memorendums of Understanding (MoUs) with institutions worldwide.Following is a list of MoUs and cooperation aspects:

 

 Institutions  Duration  Cooperation Aspects
 THE UNIVERSITY OF HONG KONG, Hong Kong, China  5 years (2016.2.22-2021.2.22)  

a.   Exchange of faculty (professors and researchers)

b.    Education of graduate students

c.     Exchange of academic information and materials

d.    Organization of joint research programs and field investigations

e.     Organization of joint conferences and workshops

f.     Other academic exchanges agreed to by both institutions

 Kasetsart University, Thailand  

5 years

(2015.8.21-2020.8.21)
 

a.   Exchange of faculty (professors and researchers)

b.    Education of graduate students

c.     Exchange of academic information and materials

d.    Organization of joint research programs and field investigations

e.     Organization of joint conferences and workshops

f.     Other academic exchanges agreed to by both institutions

 The Queen Sirikit Botanical Garden, Thailand  

5 years

(2013.8.25-2018.8.25)
 

a.   Exchange of faculty

b.    Education of graduate students

c.     Exchange of academic information and materials

d.    Organization of joint research programs and field investigations

e.     Organization of joint conferences and workshops

f.     Other academic exchanges agreed to by both institutions
 The Faculty of Science, Chiang Mai University, Thailand  

5 years

(2012. 2.14-2017.2.14)
 

a.   Joint research activities and publications

b.   Exchange of invitations scholars for lectures, talks and the sharing of experiences

c.   Exchange of invitations to scholars to participate in conferences, colloquia and symposia

d.   Exchange of information in fields of interest to both institutions

e.   Exchange of faculty members and students for studying, teaching and research
 Forest department of the Ministry of Environmental Conservation and Forestry, Myanmar  

3 years

(2013.6.4-2016.6.4)
 

XTBG shall:

a.   Assess the current status, distribution and abundance of species, examine the threats to species with emphasis on those species designated as threatened and fully protected with Myanmar.

b.   Provide training to FD staff

c.   Submit the project description

d.   Covering all costs related to the project activities

e.   Submit interim reports and one final report.

 

FD shall:

a.   Assign FD staff to work with XTBG to execute project activites.

b.   Assist in getting permission for visa and travel arrangement

c.   Participating in training and workshop conducted under the MoU.

d.   Implement the project activities under the MoU.
 Faculty of Forestry, University of Gadjah Mada, Yogyakarta Indonesia  

5 years

(2011.10.3-2016.10.3)
 

a.   Exchange of faculty

b.   Training of students and staff

c.   Capacity building

d.   Cooperation in research

e.   Exchange  of information and research materials

f.   Other cooperative activities may be developed and agreed upon by the parties.

 Bangor University, UK  

2 years

(2014.5.8-2016.5.8)
a.   Building capacity in plant conservation through development and delivery of training programmes

b.   Collaborative research

c.   Promoting the exchange of students (at all levels )

d.   Exchange of academic and administrative staff

f.   The application of e-learning technologies.
 Senckenberg Research Institute and Natural History Museum, Germany  

5 years

(2016.3.29- 2021.3.29)

 

a.   Joint research activities and publications

b.   Exchange of invitations to scholars for lectures, talks and the sharing of experiences

c.   Exchange of invitations to scholars to participate in conferences, colloquia and symposia

d.   Exchange of information in fields of interest to both institutes

e.   Exchange of faculty members and students for study, teaching and research.
 Organization for Tropical Studies (OST), USA  

4 years

(2013.6.7-2017.6.7)
 Reciprocal visits by members of OTS and XTBG to support the development of collaborative efforts to support education, training and research opportunities. The aim of these meetings and workshops will be to foster the participation of scientists, experts and students from both institutions in joints research activities research and exchanges by graduate students in both locations, and membership and full incorporation of XTBG into the consortium of institutions working globally in tropical studies.
 University of Florida, USA  

5 years

(2012.9.6-2017.9.6)
 

a.   Exchange faculty and students

b.   Exchange of academic and research information

c.   Cooperatively conducting specific projects.
 Griffith University, Australia  

5 years

(2014.4.30- 2019.4.30)
 

a.   Exchange of faculty (professors and researchers)

b.    Education of graduate students

c.     Exchange of academic information and materials

d.    Organization of joint research programs and field investigations

e.     Organization of joint conferences and workshops

f.     Other academic exchanges agreed to by both institutions

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