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June 1st, 2004

UC Berkeley and Taiwanese research institute to sign agreement

Taiwan's largest research organization, the government-funded Industrial Technology Research Institute (ITRI), is linking up with the University of California, Berkeley, to tap into the campus's innovative research environment and its connections with Silicon Valley. In a ceremony today at UC Berkeley, ITRI President Johnsee Lee will sign a collaborative agreement with the campus to create the ITRI/UC Berkeley Research Center, whose initial research focus will be on nano-energy technologies and their applications.


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