Researchers in Israel and US Select Top Four Nanotech Projects for Water Purification

Water researchers from leading institutions in Israel and the U.S. have targeted four cutting-edge projects for collaborative research between the two countries.

Target projects focus on nanotech-based solutions that were proposed at a spearhead bi-national workshop in mid-March:

The above were selected from a total of 12 nanotech-based projects, and are expected to result in commercial applications within five to ten years. Total collaborative research is valued at 600,000 dollars and will be funded on a matching basis.

To view the full press release and for more information about the US-Israeli Workshop on Nanotechnology for Water Purification, visit the US-Israeli Workshop page of the WaterCAMPWS website.

Article posted by Scott Shreve
on Monday July 10th, 2006.