Chief Scientist oks India projects

The first project, a joint effort between Israeli Solargen and Indian Indbro Research and Breeding Farms, will conduct genetic research to raise chickens that can endure the high temperatures common in both India and Israel.

By YONI TEITZ
July 24, 2007 07:26

The Chief Scientist's Office of the Industry, Trade and Labor Ministry said Sunday it has approved two new joint Israel-India research projects as part of its India-Israel Initiative for Industrial Research and Development. The first project, a joint effort between Israeli Solargen and Indian Indbro Research and Breeding Farms, will conduct genetic research to raise chickens that can endure the high temperatures common in both India and Israel. The second project, involving Israeli Karmat Coating Industries Ltd. and Indian Synthite Industrial Chemicals Ltd., aims to produce a microencapsulated pill that slowly releases the active ingredient together with a formula that encourages absorption and prevents dispersal of the material in the intestines, bloodstream or liver.


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