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Taiwan's Science & Technology Policy Research and Information Center (STPI) and Thomson Reuters Sign MOU of Collaboration to Support Science & Technology Development
Date:6/22/2009

TAIPEI, Taiwan, June 22 /PRNewswire-Asia/ -- The Healthcare & Science business of Thomson Reuters today announced the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the Science & Technology Policy Research and Information Center (STPI), a non-profit organization under the National Applied Research Laboratories in Taiwan, on collaborative efforts to provide direction and support for Taiwan's Science & Technology (S&T) development.

STPI aims to conduct S&T policy research in order to provide Taiwan's government with the necessary information to accelerate the growth of research and innovation in Taiwan's S&T industry, and improve Taiwan's S&T competitiveness in the global arena.

STPI and Thomson Reuters will work together to cultivate greater public awareness and understanding of issues and topics concerning Taiwan's S&T development and applied research. This will be achieved by a balanced and objective analysis of international trends in S&T development, and development of consistent methodologies using bibliometrics to monitor Taiwan's S&T output, which will assist STPI in planning its policies and long-term strategy.

Said Dr. Bou-Wen Lin, Director-General, STPI, "Both STPI and Thomson Reuters share the same objective of providing an informative and balanced viewpoint in supporting research on trends in science & technology development, and assisting in the analysis of changes in S&T policy demands. We therefore decided to strengthen our collaborative efforts by signing an MOU. With the professional support and bibliometric expertise provided by Thomson Reuters, we will be able to conduct research much more effectively. Both our organizations also benefit from the synergy which will help us to serve our target audience better and fulfill our goals."

Under the MOU, Thomson Reuters will provide its bibliometric expertise as well
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