Nobel Prize laureate meets with Swedish ambassador

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October 6, 2011 12:10

 
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Israel's latest Nobel Prize laureate, Prof. Dan Shechtman (left) of the Technion-Israel Institute of Technology, was visited in his Haifa campus on Thursday by Swedish Ambassador Elinor Hammarskjöld.

She warmly congratulated the material sciences expert along with Technion president Prof. Peretz Lavie and the department of materials engineering dean, Prof. Wayne Kaplan. They discussed the long-standing cooperation between Israel and Sweden in scientific research and innovation.

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