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April 1st, 2004

Israeli Minister of Science and Technology visits ApNano Materials

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The Israeli Minister of Science and Technology, Mr. Eliezer Zandberg has visited the Weizmann Institute of Science in Rehovot together with the Finance Ministry Director General, Dr. Yossi Bachar, where they were given presentations regarding nanotechnology research projects that were financed by the Ministry of Science and Technology. Following the visit to the Weizmann Institute, they visited the R&D center of ApNano Materials, a start-up company which is the result of a research in the materials sciences, initiated and financed by the Ministry of Science and Technology, within the first scientific infrastructure program. The research led to a unique international breakthrough.

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