Texas A&M University is working on a collaboration with Israel involving petroleum engineering and water development, according to Chancellor John Sharp.
“It is going to be something that has never, ever happened between a university and the state of Israel in its history, and it will be depending on the resolution of one little bitty thing today,” Sharp said Wednesday. “But it involves (Prime Minister Benjamin) Netanyahu, it involves (President) Shimon Peres, it involves the peace process and it is — oh, God, I wish I could tell you.”
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