LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) - The University of Nebraska says it's collaborating with the Indian Institute of Technology Delhi to study information assurance and cyber security.
An agreement between the schools was signed Friday in New Delhi. Officials say they developed the plans last summer.
The partnership aims to advance research and education in engineering, technology, information management, the sciences and other areas. The agreement means the schools will engage in joint research projects and create opportunities for faculty and student exchanges.
The University of Nebraska will also help IIT Delhi create a new Center for Cyber Systems and Information Assurance.
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