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July 14th, 2007
The University of Massachusetts system has established a "technology base" at a major Chinese university with the aim of facilitating connections between Chinese and Massachusetts companies.
Tsinghua faculty are scheduled to visit the UMass-Amherst campus to focus on nanotechnology, while last fall UMass held a U.S.-China Business Forum in Boston that is scheduled to be replicated this fall in China.
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