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Germany and Israel cooperate in various fields in the so-called key enabling technologies. Frontier technologies (such as artificial intelligence and quantum technologies) are also of increasing economic interest for bilateral exchange. Cooperation takes place at both bilateral and multilateral level.
The German-Israeli research cooperation on new materials and nanotechnology grew out of earlier projects on research into magnesium alloys for use in batteries. As part of the sixth German-Israeli government consultations in 2016, both countries agreed to cooperate on applied nanotechnology.
As high-tech locations, both Israel and Germany have recognised the enormous technological potential of quantum technologies and have initiated numerous corresponding activities and funding measures in recent years.
In the context of civil security research, Israel and Germany have so far cooperated to protect critical infrastructures, such as energy and water supply, road and goods traffic, and to maintain a high level of security for citizens.