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May 17th, 2007

Israel's IAI tapped by EU to develop environmentally friendly air travel

Abstract:
Another area in which Israeli expertise will likely shine is the field of nanotechnology which has exciting applications in engineering, electronics, and medicine. Nanotechnology, the ability to create materials on the scale of one millionth of a meter, offers a capacity to create new materials with extraordinary qualities such as a substance stronger than steel, yet significantly lighter. The FP7's research committee declared nanotechnology to be a preferred area of development and Israel is the only country outside Europe to take part in EU nanotech programs.

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israel21c.org

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