HERZLIYA, Israel, June 6- Inspired by its success in high-tech electronics and software, Israel is hoping to pull off the same trick in life sciences. High-tech has been one of Israel's main growth engines and companies such as Intel Inc, IBM and Google Inc have major R&D centres in the country.» Read More
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