Silicon sets up Israeli computer medicine centre:
This article was originally published in Clinica
US company Silicon Graphics is to establish an Israeli R&D centre to develop computer graphics programs for biomedical applications. During a recent visit to Israel, Bob Bishop, president of marketing at Silicon Graphics, said that the company has decided to establish a centre because of Israel's internationally-recognised expertise in computer graphics and medicine. Similar centres have been established in Switzerland and Japan.
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