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

on increasing collaboration between the Israeli neurotechnology ecosystem and its counterparts around the world.

IBT is led by a team of technology entrepreneurs and life science professionals and is advised by a panel of renowned academic, industry and public sector representatives including two Nobel Prize Laureates.

CONTACT:
Anat Ashbel
BrainTech Israel 2013 Conference Manager
Israel Brain Technologies
+972-3-6441735
conference@israelbrain.org


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