Recently, the China Scholarship Council issued funding for the 2020 “Promotion of Scientific Research Cooperation and High-level Talent Training Project with Canada, Australia, New Zealand and Latin America”. The High-level Talent Cultivation Project for Microorganisms Promoting the Efficient Use of Soil Nutrients declared by researcher Zheng Yong from the School of Geographical Sciences of FNU was approved, and the project partner is the University of Sydney, Australia.
It is reported that the project aims at promoting long-term, stable and sustainable scientific research cooperation and high-level talent training among domestic universities, research institutes, top universities and research institutions in Canada, Australia, New Zealand and Latin America. Because of implementation of quota declaration, each school can only declare one item per year. It is the first time that FNU has applied for the project and has been successfully approved.
(Translated by Huang Xiaoling / Reviewed by Lin Mingjin )