Georgia’s climate and geographical location provide opportunities for a wide range of research applications. The environment, biodiversity, climate change, and the management of trans-boundary environmental problems are some examples of promising research and development areas in Georgia. Some sectors of Georgian science, such as mathematics and physiology, continue to enjoy strong international prestige, while many Georgian science and technology institutes are respected worldwide, most notably in the field of bacteriophage research.

Branch office contact info
Irina Khomeriki
Head of Branch Office
13 Chavchavadze Avenue, 0179, Tbilisi, Georgia
ph.: 995 (32) 22 37 00
fax: 995 (32) 91 23 86