High Tech, With A Little Russian DressingNeal Sandler
The aroma of citrus used to permeate the air around the towns of Rehovot and Nes Ziyyona in Israel. Hundreds of hectares of groves surrounded the towns founded at the turn of the century by Zionist pioneers who earned their living from the land. Nowadays, the groves are giving way to high-tech industrial parks. Even Rehovot's famous Weizmann Institute of Science has sold off land to make room for Israel's fastest-growing sector: technology.
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