Ambassador of the Republic of Israel H.E. Gary Koren On Friday, November 11, Gary Koren visited the UNIST Technology Park in Spinut, where he met with PhD. Full Professor Sven Gotovac, director of the Technology Park and professor at FESB. The purpose of the visit is to continue the extremely good mutual cooperation and planning of new projects between the start-up ecosystem of the Republic of Israel, the University of Split and the UNIST Technology Park. – We will be happy to continue our cooperation, and in some ways expand it with joint conferences. We will also offer students of the University of Split the opportunity to join the Neurodata program, joint research in the field of medicine and electrical engineering related to the future of medical devices that would help people with degenerative diseases. Croatia has excellent engineers, and Israeli scientists have made a lot of progress in research into the brain and cognitive abilities – said Ambassador Koren. Also, cooperation is planned in the field of economy, that is, companies that could work together in the field of renewable energy sources. The ambassador pointed out that in the Technology Park there are many young people with good ideas, who are starting to develop their business ideas, and impressive startups. He told everyone who wants to start their own business that the sky is their limit. Prof. did not hide his satisfaction with this visit and the results of the meeting. Gotovac. – We talked about the continuation of cooperation, how it will proceed from visits to Israel and various conferences to the arrival of Israeli scientists at our conferences, student exchanges, either through the Erasmus program or through various bilateral programs of the Ministry of Science and Education – said Gotovac, announcing the plans for longer-term cooperation.