6/13/2012 9:00:00 AM
Times Union: Israel looks to join nano party
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ALBANY — As the European Union is considering doing semiconductor research in Albany, Israel — a major industry player in its own right — is also looking at ways to get involved here.
A contingent of Israeli officials and academics who toured the University at Albany's College of Nanoscale Science and Engineering on Tuesday — including Nili Shalev, Israel's economics minister to North America — said they can't imagine a country like Israel, or anyone else, trying to duplicate a similar research facility.
The NanoCollege says its programs and facilities have a cumulative investment of $14 billion. Read more