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May 26th, 2009
A top government academy in China has pledged to offer free laboratory services to small and medium-sized enterprises during the economic downturn.
The prestigious Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS) said the moved was aimed at helping businesses to enhance their innovation capacities amid the global financial crisis.
Under the new plans, more than 100 research institutes under the supervision of CAS will provide free and analysis and testing service for these companies, CAS said in a statement.
Nanotechnology and bioscience services were on offer to companies, as well as biodiversity, marine sciences and earth sciences.
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