Sixteen Israeli research and development programs will receive part of a NIS 43.4 million investment from the Chief Scientist's Office of the Industry, Trade and Labor Ministry.
The research areas approved include computer software, electronics, electro-optics, medicine, communications, chemistry and plastics. The Chief Scientist's Office also said it approved NIS 8.2m. in funding for five traditional industry projects.
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