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Tel Aviv University to Set up Life Sciences Center in China

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Tel Aviv University and China’s Tsinghua University have signed a Memorandum of Understanding for strategic cooperation in innovative research and teaching, with an investment of hundreds of millions of dollars.

A new research center in China initially will focus on life sciences and nanotechnology but later will include other sciences and high-tech, Globes reported.

The new “XIN” center will recruit researches and students in Israel and China.

Tel Aviv University president Prof. Joseph Klafter said that founding the new center is a sign of how much China looks to Israel for innovation.

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2 Responses to “Tel Aviv University to Set up Life Sciences Center in China”

  1. juditn_2000 says:

    This shows how much the Chinese would like to steal our technology.  They have representatives all over the world doing just that.

  2. juditn_2000 says:

    This shows how much the Chinese would like to steal from Israel its technology.  After all they are doing just that all over the world.  Cheap and easy instead reaserching they own.

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