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September 16th, 2007

Cambridge eyes Indian cream

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"The third goal is to look for new opportunities for research partnerships and collaboration with universities, institutions, NGOs, the private sector," she said.

The workshops will be in nanoscience and the life sciences, but there will be also be "a major conference with colleagues and a lot of cooperation and collaboration between a whole range of scholars in economics, law, history, particularly history".

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