The Office of the Chief Scientist has approved four new incubator projects in the life sciences field at an investment of NIS 9 million, the Ministry of Industry, Trade and Labor said Sunday.
Three of the approved companies are active in the biotechnology sector, while the remaining one is in medical devices.
In addition, the committee approved NIS 2m. for the second year project at the Bioline incubator in Jerusalem.
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