News 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.
Credit: Photo courtesy of NPI Company. Beijing
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.
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