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December 2nd, 2004

US fund to set up $78m nanotech fund

Abstract:
Speaking at R&D 2005, the annual high-tech industry R&D conference sponsored by the Office of the Chief Scientist, at Tel Aviv University today, Minister of Industry Trade and Labor Ehud Olmert said a US fund would establish a $78 million fund for nanotechnology at the Technion - Israel Institute of Technology. He said the Ministry of Industry would provide a third of the amount.

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