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Lockheed Helps Start Research Fund for Saudi Universities


Lockheed Martin and Saudi Arabia’s King Abdulaziz City for Science and Technology have signed a three-year research investment agreement to support universities in the country, Trade Arabia reported Sunday.

Universities in Saudi Arabia can apply for research grants related to the nation’s future defense and national security issues, according to the report.

John Evans, Lockheed vice president of international engineering and technology and Dr. Turki S. Al-Saud of KACST Research Institutes signed the pact.

The company also has partnerships with King Abdullah University of Science and Technology and Al Faisal University.



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