The Fédération de la chimie et de la parachimie (FCP) and the Mohammed VI Polytechnic University (UM6P) recently signed a partnership agreement aimed in particular at promoting research and development (R&D) and innovation within companies. Moroccan women in the sector.
Under this agreement, initialed on March 30 by Abed Chagar and Hicham El Habti, respectively presidents of FCP and UM6P, the two parties thus aim to put in place an optimal framework to meet the needs of the private sector by research and development, said the Federation in a press release.
Capitalizing on the expertise of UM6P in the matter and considering the importance of scientific and technical research as one of the strategic foundations of the economic growth of the chemistry-parachemistry ecosystem, the said agreement comes to record a global cooperation in scientific and technological R&D, specifies the same source. The objective is to strengthen the capacities of Moroccan companies operating in Chemistry and Parachemistry, as well as to develop synergies between the two organizations on the technical and R&D level, adds the press release.