Davit Ghazaryan speaks about the perspectives of collaboration between the Universities of Armenia and the United Kingdom, in particular, the collaboration between the National Polytechnic University of Armenia and the University of Southampton within the framework of Creative Spark initiated by British Council. During the talk, the general overview of all planned activities will be presented.
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