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April 6th, 2007

Cornell Staff Courts Chinese Companies

Abstract:
Several senior Cornell staff members traveled to Shanghai recently in the hope of attracting Chinese semiconductor manufacturers to Ithaca. At the SEMICON China annual conference, the Cornell representatives chatted with company leaders and attendees — some of whom had graduated from Cornell — about the University's research facilities and resources.

The Cornellians attended the conference as part of a "N.Y. Loves Nanotech" delegation which included Michael Stamm, director of Tompkins County Area Development, and technology equipment suppliers from around the state. Tompkins County Area Development is a private, not-for-profit organization that offers loans, secures tax incentives and provides other assistance to private sector firms in order to spur job creation and economic growth.

Source:
cornellsun.com

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