Sir Arthur C Clarke Institute for Telecommunications and Information (CITI)
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2000-02-05 Washington DC USA
5 Feb 2000, Washington DC (USA), by (US) Arthur C Clark Foundation. A virtual research institute dedicated to Sir Arthur C Clarke. Became an integral part of the foundation in 2005.
Conduct research related to communications and information technology and related R and D in these areas; create permanent research partnership to expand current research and educational activities; create an international Arthur C Clarke Center that would contain original manuscripts, foster research in entertainment engineering and host an I-Max theatre and planetarium.
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