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July 17th, 2007
UMass: The gateway to Asia?
Eventually, the flow of assistance will go both ways. Two faculty members from Tsinghua's department of materials science and engineering are already at UMass to talk about nanotechnology research collaborations. "This is very much about supporting our companies in their efforts to get into the Chinese market, but it's also about supporting Chinese and Asian companies that want to business in the United States, and ensuring that Massachusetts is a major gateway for them," says Guenther.
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