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December 4th, 2007

Finland and China intensify nanotech collaboration

Abstract:
A cooperation agreement between the Finnish national nanotechnology initiative (FinNano) and the China International Nanotech Innovation Cluster (CINIC) was inaugurated on 1 December in the Chinese city of Shuzou. The cooperation will mark one element of the Nanotechnology Strategic Mutual Cooperation Initiative (NAMI), which links China and Finland in a joint effort to promote nanotech research and put Sino-Finnish nanotech products on the market by 2010.

Since the NAMI agreement was signed in January in Beijing, 30 project proposals and expressions of interest have been collected. The first NAMI projects were launched in October.

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cordis.europa.eu

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