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May 10th, 2010

IBM and Lithuania sign Protocol of intent to set up a large research centre in Lithuania

Abstract:
The Lithuanian Government and the multinational computer, IT and technology corporation IBM have signed a letter of intent setting up a joint research centre in Lithuania earlier today at the headquarters of the IBM in New York, the press service of the government of Lithuania reported.

The future centre will conduct research in the strategic IBM areas - nanotechnology, life sciences, healthcare innovation, and intellectual property for innovative management.



Researchers will study advanced nanotechnologies, including an integrated silicon photonics, new photovoltaic and photonic materials. Lithuanian university researchers working in the field of innovations will cooperate in the centre.

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