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Israeli TTOs are leading the tech transfer transformation with more revenue from IP sales than any other country except the U.S. ITTN’s 5th biennial conference will showcase the changes occurring in Israel’s tech transfer environment such as: Israel’s integrated approach to tech transfer. Facilitating the relationships and the free transfer of ideas between academia and entrepreneurs, investors, industry and community. The fast deal making approach employed by Israeli universities today. The event includes the biennial conference day, multiple workshops by leaders in the field, as well as tours of some of the most active and innovative tech hubs in Israel.
Israel's Technology Transfer Organization (ITTN) is pleased to announce its 4th professional conference, to be held on February 6th, 2017, at the David Intercontinental hotel in Tel Aviv. The conference which is part of the Life Science Industry Event, is a joint effort of 15 technology commercialization organizations affiliated with the leading universities, hospitals and research institutes in Israel.
השפעה גורפת של מוסדות המחקר בארץ על היזמות והחדשנות: 628 המצאות חדשות בשנה, 3549 טכנולוגיות פעילות, 207,1 טכנולוגיות מתוכן מוסחרו, 186 הסכמי מסחור חדשים בשנה ו- 250 חברות הזנק פעילות
Reports on Inventions, Patents, License Agreements, Revenues and Startup Companies The survey of commercialization companies in Israel for 2012- 2013 includes those companies associated with research universities (eight companies for the eight universities), and companies associated with hospitals and research institutions. This is the third survey conducted on commercialization companies.
Israel prime-minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Ben-Gurion University of the Negev president Rivka Carmi earlier this week announced the establishment of a national cyber complex in Beer-Sheva, called CyberSpark. A new national cyber complex called CyberSpark will open at the Advanced Technology Park (ATP) which is located next to Ben Gurion University of the Negev. Lockheed Martin and IBM announced they would invest in CyberSpark R&D facilities, joining other cybersecurity leaders Deutsche Telekom, EMC, RSA, technology incubators and startups. The 15-building ATP is the only type of complex of its kind in the world that includes Fortune 500 companies and cyber-incubators, academic researchers, educational facilities as well as national government and security agencies. The CyberSpark will also include in the future a high school geared toward science and technology.
IBM and Ben-Gurion University of the Negev announced their intention to establish a Center of Excellence for Security and Protection of Infrastructure and Assets, located in Beer-Sheva, Israel. This new joint venture will perform leading edge scientific research on emerging areas like Big Data and cloud computing.
Lockheed Martin (NYSE: LMT) and EMC Corporation (NYSE: EMC) plan to invest together in advanced technology projects based in the Advanced Technologies Park in Beer-Sheva, Israel. An official launch ceremony for the agreement took place in Tel Aviv, at the CyberTech 2014 International Exhibition and Conference, sponsored by the Israeli National Cyber Bureau.
Yixing,Jiangsu China,November 14, 2013 Amir Naiberg, the CEO of Weizmann Institute of Science’s commercialization arm,Yeda Research & Development, and Mr. Tang Shunliang, the Chairman of Jianghua Group today signed two technology licensing agreements,aiming at cooperating in development, commercialization and localization of two technologies targeting contaminated water treatment in China. Combining the Israeli leading technology and China’s large market of environmental protection, the two projects will be devoted to the development of possible solution to replace activated carbon in water treatment and catalyst for treating industrial contaminated water. The two cooperation projects with JH Group are the Yeda's first industrial commercialization cooperation projects in China.
German Telecommunications Giant Lauds Successful Research Cooperation BEER-SHEVA, Israel November 26, 2013 – Ben-Gurion University of the Negev dedicated the expanded Deutsche Telekom Innovation Laboratories in the presence of both the outgoing and incoming CEOs of the German Telecommunications giant Deutsche Telekom AG on Tuesday morning in Beer-Sheva.
The state is laying the foundations for better and more productive economic and research collaborations between Connecticut and Israeli businesses, research institutions and universities. Connecticut’s Department of Economic and Community Development (DECD) and the Israel Tech Transfer Organization (ITTN) today announced that they have entered into a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU), the first step in developing relationships that will increase the commercial and scientific ties between Connecticut and Israel.
“This is a day that will change the history of the State of Israel and we are doing it here in Beer-Sheva!” Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu declared at the launch of the Advanced Technologies Park today. Netanyahu was accompanied by Energy and Water, Regional Cooperation and Negev and Galilee Development Minister Silvan Shalom, and Transportation, National Infrastructures and Road Safety Minister Yaakov Katz. MKs Prof. Avishay Braverman and Erel Margalit were also in attendance.
Sorrento Therapeutics, Inc. (OTCQB: SRNE; Sorrento) and BGN Technologies. announced today that they have entered into an option and license agreement covering several fully human anti-Hepatitis C Virus (HCV) antibody clones identified, in the laboratory of Dr. Leslie Lobel, M.D., Ph.D., from patients who have recovered from HCV infections. Sorrento plans to develop these early findings into a potential therapeutic product. This collaborative effort utilizes the respective strengths of each organization to create an important product opportunity consisting of therapeutic and/or prophylactic agents against HCV infections. Sorrento will be responsible for developing the perspective anti-HCV antibody products.
The production process was jointly developed by Makhteshim Agan and Ben-Gurion University.
We are delighted to announce the first annual conference of the Israel Tech Transfer Organization (ITTN), to be held on June 11, 2012, at the Hilton hotel in Tel Aviv with the collaboration of the 12 technology transfer companies of the universities and leading hospitals and research institutes in Israel. The conference will showcase the unprecedented achievements of the Israeli tech transfer industry, and its contribution to the advancement of the Israeli economy through translating breakthrough inventions and technologies into commercial accomplishments.
New York biotech firm Lauren Sciences will develop the platform for treating central nervous system (CNS) diseases including Parkinson's and Alzheimer's.
Ben Gurion University's technology transfer company has raised $1 million to develop therapies for neurodegenerative diseases from a US private equity fund.
ITTN - Israel Tech Transfer Organization