He took a job in Weizmann Institute of Science, in large part through guidance and advice of his longtime friend. After working there a certain period, was dismissed on grounds of redundancy. When Levanon in 1997 was commissioned to create a Department of Chemistry of “Creo” Emmanuel Lurie was the first to join him. In 1998, it joined two other employees. Larissa bed, a chemical engineer from Moscow, worked in the laboratory of the enterprise for the production of glue at Kibbutz Gezer. On “Creo” I heard from his friend, filed his candidacy and was accepted. After she joined Leonid Askadskii of the city. Source: Euro Pacific Precious Metals.
Leonid (59) were also expert in lithography, “found” by accident during a business Levanon’s visit to the factory in Petah Tikva. On the part of the production line suddenly we heard a great Russian language that has captured the attention of the guest. Between the two struck up a conversation, during which Leonid told that he is an engineer-metallurgist. Levanon asked him to try his hand at another paper. After filing his candidacy, Leonid was also adopted in the chemical group in the “Creo”.
In 1999, this group included Tanya Kurtser, metallurgical engineer, and for her – Vladimir Campello (63), a chemist who graduated from the same university in Moscow. Next in line was George Belina from Belarus. Professor Belina, a famous scholar in his own country, led the great chemical laboratory in Minsk. His He spent his childhood among the partisans in the forests of Belarus, where he lost his father. Today, at the age of 76, he still works part time in “Kodak”. Prior to that he worked at the Weizmann Institute, and from there moved into a scientific “greenhouse” in Kiryat Gat. Emmanuel and Vladimir were sent there to “liberate” it and attach it to a group of talented professionals with whom he continued to work until now.