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February 6th, 2005

Israel to open one of largest nanotech centers in the world

Abstract:
One of the largest nanotechnology research centers in the world is being opened at the Technion - Israel Institute of Technology in Haifa, The Jerusalem Post reported. The center is being financed by $26 million donated by New Jersey's Russell Berrie Foundation, $26m. in matching funds from the Industry, Trade and Labor Ministry, and $38m. more that the Technion will raise over the next five years.

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