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Press Release 06-091
U.S. National Science Foundation Celebrates Opening of Beijing Office

Collaboration brings together world-class scientists and engineers to strengthen mutual interests

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NSF's new Beijing office is located in the Silver Tower in the Chaoyang district.

NSF's new Beijing office is located in the Silver Tower in the Chaoyang district.

Credit: Photo courtesy of NPI Company. Beijing

 

William Y. Chang is director of the NSF Beijing Office, which celebrated its opening on May 24.

William Y. Chang is director of the NSF Beijing Office, which celebrated its opening on May 24.

Credit: Donald R. Riley, University of Maryland

 

A poster commemorates the official opening of the NSF Beijing Office.

A poster commemorates the official opening of the NSF Beijing Office.

Credit: Nicolle Rager Fuller, National Science Foundation


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NSF Director Arden L. Bement, Jr., celebrates the opening of the NSF Beijing Office as a milestone in the history of cooperation between the United States and China in scientific and engineering research.



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Credit: Chinese Network and Information Center of the Chinese Academy of Sciences; NSF Beijing Office

 



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