Japanese aerospace joint agreement


Two independent administrative agencies, the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) and the Japan Science and Technology Agencies (JST), concluded a mutual cooperation agreement on February 19, 2015, for generating unique research and development, accelerating practical development, and delivering results in an effective way to ultimately achieve a greater acceleration of scientific and technological innovation.

JAXA said this would come through smoother and more efficient mutual collaboration and cooperation, including sharing R&D resources and information exchange across a wide range of aerospace technologies.


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