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July 29th, 2004

Daedeok Aims to Become Global Research Hub

Abstract:
Daejeon City is endeavoring to emerge as one of Northeast Asia's research hubs by re-creating the Daedeok Science Town. In an attempt to achieve the ambitious goal, the city has pushed for the science town to be designated as a global research and development (R&D) cluster. The cluster would be divided into separate facilities for four sectors; information technology, biotechnology, radiation technology and nanotechnology.

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Korea Times

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