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Relative to the size of national population, Israel has sent a larger proportion of academic researchers to the United States than any other country, U.S. State Department data show.
The number of Israeli researchers working in the U.S. reached 1,725 in 2017, an increase of 5.6% from the year before, according to the State Department’s Institute of International Education’s Open Doors data portal.
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