RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Davydov, who is also president of the Scientific Council of the BRICS (Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa) National Research Committee, pointed out in a Moscow-Brazil videoconference the need for the parties to "feel and understand" the forms of cooperation in this field.
"Some political and, perhaps, religious prejudices, if you will, must be set aside, but it is important to find the most acceptable option for effective cooperation," he stressed.
Davydov acknowledged that Brazil has very solid experience in biomedical research, while drawing attention to the potential for strengthening ties in the political . . .