A team of Israeli bio-fuel researchers are in the U.S. this week to engage in an extended dialogue with counterparts in the scientific community and government officials, according to a report from JTA, the global Jewish news service.
The 15 scientists who have made the trip were winners of the U.S.-Israel Bio-Energy Challenge, sponsored by two non-profit groups, the Israel Energy Partnership and the U.S.-Israel Science and Technology Foundation.
“Israel is a global leader in cutting-edge R&D in this area, so we hope the dialogue they begin with American experts during their trip here will help both countries advance their common goal of independence from traditional fossil fuels,” said Allan Jacobs, international president of B’nai B’rith International...more.
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