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October 28th, 2009
Nokia UK is taking major space in the new Hauser Forum development at the University of Cambridge's West Cambridge site in what is considered the most significant letting in the region this year.
Ian Leslie, pro-vice-chancellor for research at the University of Cambridge said: "Nokia's close interaction with many departments in the university is further cemented by its occupancy of the Broers Building.
"Our initial collaboration with Nokia in nanoscience is now broadening to other technologies and into systems. We are very pleased that, even during challenging economic times, industry sees the value of long term research and in collaboration with leading universities."
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