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Civilian R&D Spending Up in 2010

Civilian R&D Spending Up in 2010

category: Investment, Israel, R&D
Israel’s total spending on civilian research and development totaled 35.8 billion shekels (about $10 billion) in 2010 and made up 4.4% of the gross domestic product. The country’s spending on civilian R&D rose by 1.2%
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Hebrew University Professor Wins World's Most Prestigious Math Prize

Hebrew University Professor Wins World's Most Prestigious Math Prize

category: Israel
Professor Elon Lindenstrauss from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem’s Einstein Institute of Mathematics was awarded the prestigious Fields Medal for 2010. The Fields medal, also referred to as the “mathematics’ Nobel Prize,” is the world’s
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Israel Offers Incentives to Launch Financial R&D Centres

Israel Offers Incentives to Launch Financial R&D Centres

In order to encourage large financial services companies and international banks to set up financial R&D centers in Israel, the Ministry of Finance and the Ministry of Industry, Trade, and Labor have established a special
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