Collaboration in China
CSIRO and its Chinese collaborators have enjoyed a rich and mutually beneficial relationship over the last 35 years.
This relationship has delivered not only scientific but also trade, cultural and social benefits to both countries and continues to flourish with every new collaboration.
Since our initial contact with the Chinese Academy of Sciences in the late 1970s, CSIRO has forged strong relationships with many collaborators in China.
Our collaborators include:
- Chinese Academy of Sciences
- Chinese Ministry of Education
- Chinese Ministry of Science and Technology
- Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences
- Science & Technology Commission of Shanghai Municipality (STCSM)
- East China University of Science and Technology
- Guizhou University
- Central South University of China
- China Research Institute of Petroleum Exploration and Development
- China University of Mining and Technology
- Xidian University in Xian
- China Geological Survey
- China United Coalbed Methane Corporation (CUCBM)
- Satellite Surveying and Mapping Application Centre (SASMAC)
- Shanghai Institute of Applied Physics
- Shanghai Synchrotron Radiation Facility
- Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications.
The strength of these relationships and the success of our collaborations in China have led to wide-ranging collaboration and exchanges between our two scientific communities.
As a result of such close collaboration, the number of joint publications with Chinese collaborators has increased dramatically over recent years, making China third for joint publications with CSIRO after the USA and the United Kingdom.
Examples of collaborative projects
CSIRO welcomes inquiries about potential new collaborations. Please use the contact details at right.