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BGU and NJIT Launch NJ Institute for Future Technologies

BGU and NJIT Launch NJ Institute for Future Technologies

March 18, 2021

Robotics & High-Tech

Gov. Phil Murphy, BGU President Daniel Chamovitz and President Joel S. Bloom of New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT) have unveiled a partnership that will create a world-class Institute for Future Technologies in New Jersey. Two powerhouse universities in the fields of cyber technologies and environmental engineering will come together to offer dual degrees and exciting new research opportunities. The Institute will be receiving support and seed funding from the State of New Jersey. Americans for Ben-Gurion University looks forward to a thriving, long-lasting relationship for students and faculty in both Israel and the United States.

“NJIT is one of the state’s premier STEM-focused universities, and BGU is one of the driving forces behind the success of Israel’s technology economy,” said Governor Murphy. “By joining together in this groundbreaking venture, NJIT and BGU will combine their expertise and track records in technological research and development to help strengthen the economic opportunity and tech leadership that I have long envisioned for our state.”

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