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Trilateral MoU signed between Japan India & Srilanka for sister DAILAB

From left – Dr. Renu WADHWA, Prime Senior Researcher, BMRI, Japan;  Dr. Sunil KAUL, Chief Senior Research Scientist, AIST, Japan; His Excellency Kenichi Suganuma, Ambassador of Japan to Sri Lanka; Dr. Yoshihiro OHMIYA, Director, BMRI, AIST, Japan; Prof. Sampath Amaratunga, The Vice Chancellor, SJP; Prof. Ranil de Silva The Director, World Class University Project, SJP; Mr. Sri C. P. Goyal, Joint Secretary, DBT, Ministry of Science & Technology , India; Mr. Niteen Yeola, Second Secretary, Economic and Commercial Wing, Indian High Commission Colombo.
From left – Dr. Renu WADHWA, Prime Senior Researcher, BMRI, Japan; Dr. Sunil KAUL, Chief Senior Research Scientist, AIST, Japan; His Excellency Kenichi Suganuma, Ambassador of Japan to Sri Lanka; Dr. Yoshihiro OHMIYA, Director, BMRI, AIST, Japan; Prof. Sampath Amaratunga, The Vice Chancellor, SJP; Prof. Ranil de Silva The Director, World Class University Project, SJP; Mr. Sri C. P. Goyal, Joint Secretary, DBT, Ministry of Science & Technology , India; Mr. Niteen Yeola, Second Secretary, Economic and Commercial Wing, Indian High Commission Colombo.

An MoU for a trilateral collaboration in science and technology was signed between National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science (“AIST”) and Biomedical Research Institute (BMRI), Japan and Department of Biotechnology (DBT), India and University of Sri Jayewardenepura, (SJP) Sri Lanka for establishing SISTER-DAILAB at University of Sri Jayewardenepura which will facilitate multidisciplinary and innovative research linking industry and academia.