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Israel Brain Technologies Announces Israel's 1st International Brain Technology Conference
Date:5/23/2013

nd selection of the winner by an international judging committee of distinguished neuroscience and technology leaders, including Nobel Laureates Profs. Eric Kandel , Daniel Kahneman and Bert Sakmann .

Israel Brain Technologies (IBT) is an organization inspired by the vision of the President of Israel, Shimon Peres , to place Israel at the forefront of neurotech innovation.

Following his March, 2013 visit to Israel and meeting with President Peres, U.S. President Barack Obama recently launched his own $100m BRAIN initiative. This landmark proposal along with the EU's €1b Human Brain Project have focused international attention on the potential for brain research to revolutionize the world of computing and to solve some of humanity's most critical health issues.

The BrainTech Israel 2013 steering committee is composed of executives from leading multinational corporations (i.e. Intel), top venture capitalists and investors, renowned Israeli brain scientists, the BIRD (Israel-U.S. Binational Industrial Research and Development) Foundation, Israel's Office of the Chief Scientist and IBT leadership.

About Israel Brain Technologies

Inspired by the vision of Israeli President Shimon Peres , Israel Brain Technologies (IBT) is a non-profit organization whose mission is to advance Israel's neurotechnology industry and establish the country as a global hub of brain technology innovation.

Building on Israel's position as a global technology powerhouse, IBT aims to make Israel both the "Startup Nation" and the "Brain Nation."

IBT is also focused
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