Narendra Modi in Portugal: PM visits Champalimaud Foundation in Lisbon, meets diaspora
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday visited the Champalimaud Foundation in Lisbon and interacted with a group of Indians working at the medical centre.
Lisbon: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday visited the Champalimaud Foundation in Lisbon and interacted with a group of Indians working at the medical centre.
The foundation, designed by noted Indian architect Charles Correa, is dedicated to research and clinical applications in biomedical science.
There are currently three Indians undertaking advanced research at the foundation.
The foundation undertakes research in the fields of neuroscience and oncology at the modernistic Champalimaud Centre for the Unknown.
The aim of the foundation is to develop programmes of advanced biomedical research and provide clinical care. It was created according to the will of the late entrepreneur Antonio de Sommer Champalimaud, in 2004.
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Ai arrived in Portugal almost two years ago and says he has no plans to return to Germany or England, where he has also lived since leaving China in 2015.