ISLAMABAD – Pakistan and China are set to establish a collaborative research center in the capital city of Islamabad in October. The center aims to advance the study of Earth sciences and facilitate scientific and technological exchanges.
Hong Tianhua, the official overseeing the center’s preparatory work, shared this development during the 2023 China International Fair for Trade in Services.
This center will serve as a prominent platform for scientific and technological innovation, fostering cooperation and nurturing talent between the two nations. Its focus areas will encompass joint research in four key areas: natural disaster and risk management, geological structures and tectonic activities, climate change and environmental impacts, and resources, environment, and sustainable development.