A cohort of Israeli scientists who currently live abroad are participating this week in a workshop to introduce them to Israel's pharma and biotech industry – and present them with the opportunities and potential for returning to Israel. The program includes lectures, learning, networking and tours at Teva, Google and Salesforce campuses. It is the initiative of ScienceAbroad, with support from government ministries and a strategic partnership with Teva. KAN reporter Naomi Segal heard more from one of the participants, Dr. Tal Raveh, from Stanford.
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