Sylvia Schwaag Serger was tasked by the Swedish Government Offices with investigating how Sweden should cooperate with China in the areas of innovation, research and higher education.
During the last six months, STINT’s different operational areas have been strengthened by four new staff members.
The Executive Director informs about The Sweden-Japan University and Research Leadership Summit i Kyoto, where STINT and The Embassy of Sweden in Tokyo will gather leaders from Swedish and Japanese universities and funding organisations to discuss impact and sustainability in strategic academic partnerships. He also tells about the new STINT initiative in China and welcomes four new employees to STINT.
Sweden needs to prepare for ongoing global changes in the production of knowledge and competition for knowledge resources, writes STINT in its statement on the first report of the Internationalisation Inquiry.