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Five China-France cooperative research teams won the Innovation Awards for Franco-Chinese Teams, an activity to mark the 50th anniversary of diplomatic relations between the two countries.

The awards were organized by the France-China Committee and were part of the "France Technology - so French, so innovative" campaign, which launched in last July.

A total of 25 Franco-Chinese teams entered the awards and 22 of them were eligible to run in the competition. They included companies, R&D institutions, universities and joint labs, which involved more than 200 French and Chinese specialists. The judging panel was also professional.

"Innovation should be some scientific findings that meet market demands," said Yves Lapierre, commissioner and CEO of the French National Industrial Property Institute, and he praised the IP cooperation between Chinese and French teams as "leverage" because it integrated various technologies and people with different cultures and understandings.


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Wednesday, 10 December2014

(Source: China Daily)