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May 8th, 2005
Taiwan looks for science and tech collaboration with India
A high-level delegation of Taiwan's National Science Council headed by Deputy Minister Ching-Jyh Shieh is here to look at opportunities for collaboration with India in science and technology, including cutting-edge technologies.
Shieh said besides nanotechnology, Taiwan is also keen to collaborate with India in biotechnology and genomics.
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