- Transatlantic marine, maritime and Arctic research, which impacts our understanding of oceans and how coastal resources are sustainably managed and the potential for the rapid expansion of joint work on ocean observation and forecasting, including seabed and habitat mapping was discussed.
- Transport research, concentrating on the development of highway infrastructures, road safety, traffic management, freight logistics and other areas.
- Health research, where both sides discussed joining forces to develop new methods to prevent and treat diseases like HIV/AIDS, malaria and tuberculosis and working together to strengthen science capacity in developing regions of the world.
- Materials science, where the two sides discussed already successful work between the EU, the U.S. and Japan in the area of critical raw materials research and agreed to explore possibilities for collaboration opened up by new U.S. initiatives on advanced materials, particularly in the field of computational modeling.
U.S.-EU Joint Consultative Group Meeting On Science And Technology Cooperation
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