A “capital” academic investment

The Israeli government has approved NIS 110 million for academic institutions in Jerusalem. Finance minister Yuval Steinitz said, “”The city should again become a focus of academe, a draw for creativity and an environment for leading-edge technology. We will increase the number of engineers and research infrastructure to attract young and fresh forces to the city.”

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