Nobel winner Shechtman calls on gov't to support science

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January 30, 2012 16:55

 
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Nobel Prize winner Professor Dan Shechtman attended a meeting of the Knesset Science and Education Committees in his honor on Monday, calling on the government to support scientific research.

Science and Technology Minister Daniel Herschkowitz told Shechtman that he is a role model and an inspiration to those who think outside of the box, and Education Minister Gideon Sa’ar said that 10,300 hours of science classes have been added to Israeli schools.

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