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China's Ministry of Finance appropriates $4.7 million to NANTE

Posted: 02 Mar 2006  Print Version  Bookmark and Share

Keywords:TEDA  NANTE  National Academy of Nanometer Technology and Engineering 

The Tianjin Economic-Technological Development Area (TEDA) announced that the Ministry of Finance has appropriated around $4.7 million to the National Academy of Nanometer Technology and Engineering (NANTE), located in TEDA, to support the key industrialization projects in nanometer.

Using the NANTE, and in virtue of the advantages of over one hundred universities and research institutions in Beijing and Tianjin, TEDA will build a high-tech platform in China for the industrialization of nanometer technology.

According to the press release, NANTE has established partnerships with many universities and research institutions and can not only set up a platform for the research, development and application of nanometer technology but also form a new development mode for the technology industry featuring dynamic alliances, joint technological breakthroughs and systematic integration. This will serve as the impulsion for the innovation of the nanometer technology in TEDA.

Through governmental initiatives, such as the formulation of industrial development planning, special fund support and policy promotion, TEDA has created an environment favorable for regional technology innovation and built a platform facilitating technology innovation.

TEDA serves as home to 23 national engineering and technology research centers, 11 enterprise technology centers, 37 R&D Centers for transnational companies, 43 post-doctoral workshops for enterprises, 3 universities and 212 approved hi-tech enterprises.




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