China's nanotech investment begins to reap benefits

The Chinese government’s aggressive investment to develop local nanotech expertise is paying off. We’ve seen events such as Intel Capital’s CEO Summit landing in Beijing for the first time ever, reflecting China’s growing importance to Intel's investment activities, and NanoGram spin-off NeoPhotonic...

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