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South Africa and Italy partner on physics

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Partnership will aim to bolster joint research and exchange of scientists in computational science

South Africa’s National Institute for Theoretical and Computational Sciences and Italy’s Abdus Salam International Centre for Theoretical Physics have agreed a partnership to advance basic and computational sciences development in South Africa.

NITheCS director Francesco Petruccione (pictured, front left) and his ICTP counterpart Atish Dabholkar (front right) signed the agreement at the World Science Forum in Cape Town last week.

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