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December 20th, 2007
"Israeli skills in solar energy can help produce hydrogen fuel; their skills in biotechnology can improve the conversion of cellulosic waste into ethanol and methanol; and their skills in chemistry, engineering and nanotechnology can improve the efficiency of fuel cells − to name just a few of the areas where Israeli scientists and engineers excel," he said.
USIECA establishes a multi-year program of grants for joint projects at the basic research level between US and Israeli academic institutions, and at the applied research and development level between US and Israeli companies.
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