U.S. Grants $100,000 to Hebrew University Scientists for Research
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U.S. Grants $100,000 to Hebrew University Scientists for Research

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Two research grants totaling more than $100,000 were made today by the U.S. Department of Agriculture to Hebrew University scientists in coordination with the Israel Research Council. One grant was in zoology and the other in organic chemistry research.

Other research grants allocated recently to Hebrew University total nearly $50,000. They were made by the United States Educational Foundation for teaching American literature, the United States National Institutes of Health, the United States Air Force and by the American Society for the Testing of Materials. The Air Force grant was for some partitive studies of modernization affecting military planning.

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