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Bar-Ilan University
The Bar-Ilan Research & Development Co. Ltd., located in Ramat-Gan,
serves as the technology transfer arm of Bar-Ilan University. An
independent commercial entity, Bar-Ilan R&D Co. stands at the
junction between the scientific and technological developments of
Bar-Ilan and the world of business and industry.

Project focus:biotechnology, chemistry, computer science,
electro-optics, life sciences, mathematics, medical devices,
nanotechnology, pharmacology, physics.

BGN - Ben-Gurion University of the Negev
As the technology transfer company of Ben-Gurion University of the
Negev, BGN Technologies is responsible for commercializing the
know-how and inventions of the University's researchers. Through the
development of novel University technologies and creative partnering
with industry and investors, BGN brings value to the technological
marketplace.

Project focus: biotechnology, cleantech, communications, computer

science, electronics, life sciences, materials, nanotechnology.
BioRap - Rappaport Research Institute
BioRap Technologies Ltd., the technology transfer company of the
Rappaport Research Institute, promotes technologies and innovative
perspectives in the area of biomedicine. Established in 2001 in
Haifa, Israel, BioRap combines research and development activities
with a commercial approach. It introduces biotech concepts based on
novel scientific insights and applied directly to critical human
health care issues.

Project focus: biomedicine, health care, medicine.

Carmel-Haifa University Economic Corp. Ltd.
Carmel-Haifa University Economic Corporation Ltd. was established in
2002 as a wholly owned subsidiary of the University of Haifa to
commercialize the intellectual property generated by the
University’s researchers. Carmel-Haifa identifies, promotes, and
markets new technologies and projects from the University into the
marketplace. It works to enhance the research activity and establish
collaboration opportunities, including economic ventures, between
the University and industry.

Project focus: agricultural sciences, bioinformatics, biopharm,
biotech, computer science.

Gavish Galilee Bioapplications Ltd.
Founded in 1979, MIGAL (the Upper Galilee Center for Knowledge) is a
regional research institute that promotes the tremendous
developments in modern biology and the sciences. Situated in Kiryat
Shmona, Gavish Galilee Bioapplications Ltd. maintains sole rites to
MIGAL’s intellectual property. Gavish establishes and nurtures new
enterprises while forging strategic alliances and establishing
technology frameworks for issuing licensing agreements.

Project focus: agricultural sciences, biotechnology, environmental
sciences, life sciences, natural sciences, therapeutics.

Hadasit - Hadassah Medical Organization
Hadasit is the technology transfer company of Hadassah Medical
Organization in Jerusalem, Israel. Hadasit promotes and
commercializes the vast intellectual property and R&D capabilities
generated at Hadassah, one of the world’s leading health care
centers. Hadasic licenses rights to its products or establishes
start-up companies under the auspices of Hadassah or Hadasit
Bio-Holdings Ltd., a publicly traded company on the Tel Aviv Stock
Exchange (HDST).

Project focus: biomedicine, diagnostics, medical devices,
pharmaceuticals.

Mor - Clalit Health Services
Mor Research Applications, part of the Mor Institute family of
companies is part of the Clalit Health Services, Israel’s largest
health care fund. Founded in 1994, Mor provides end-to-end services
from patents to commercialization for Clalit doctors and
researchers. The intellectual property is conceived and developed by
professionals working at Clalit medical centers and hospitals across
the country, including Beilinson, Meir, Kaplan, Carmel, Soroka,
Ha-Emek and Schneider.

Project focus: biotechnology, medicine, pharmaceuticals.

Ramot - Technology Transfer of Tel Aviv University
Ramot at Tel Aviv University Ltd. is the technology transfer company
of Tel Aviv University (TAU). Ramot manages all activities related
to the protection and commercialization of inventions and
discoveries made by faculty, students, and other researchers of TAU.
Ramot provides a dynamic interface connecting industry to
leading-edge science and innovation, offering new business
opportunities in a wide variety of emerging markets.

Project focus: Biotechnology, Life sciences, Medicine, Engineering,
Medical devices, Physics, Biopharm, Agricultural sciences, Medical
diagnostics.

T³ - Technion Technology Transfer
The Technion offers a special combination of science and
engineering; with 11 affiliated hospitals, a high-tech
entrepreneurial incubator and the world-class Rappaport Faculty of
Medicine. Technion's power for innovation and application has shaped
a successful high-tech nation and has left its imprint on the global
evolution of science and high-technology. As the commercialization
arm of the Technion Research and Development Foundation, T³ has vast
expertise in IP development rights, patenting and licensing
inventions and forming win-win business agreements, bringing
together groundbreaking ideas with investors and entrepreneurs.
Transforming scientific discovery and technological innovation into
real-life applied solutions, T³ has the skill, experience and wisdom
to build powerful bridges so that science, technology and pure
brainpower become problem-solving solutions available to all. By
contacting T³, you can become part of a growing community of
entrepreneurs, industrialists and investors who are involved in the
commercialization of Technion's ground-breaking technologies.

Tel Aviv Medical Center
One of the largest hospitals in Israel, the Tel Aviv Sourasky
Medical Center brings together highly trained clinicians and
scientists to put novel techniques and technologies into practice.
The more than 1,000 M.D.s and Ph.D.s cover a number of specialties
in the Center’s 60 departments, institutes, and clinics. Sourasky is
widely regarded as the Israel’s leading center for trauma; adult
neurosurgery; pediatric neurosurgery; orthopedic and surgical
oncology; kidney-pancreas transplants, liver transplants; and
microsurgery on the nervous system. An active teaching hospital,
Sourasky’s clinical departments are affiliated with the Sackler
Faculty of Medicine at Tel Aviv University.

Yeda - Research & Development of Weizmann Institute
Yeda Research and Development Company Ltd. is the commercial arm of
the Weizmann Institute of Science, Israel’s leading research center.
Yeda, in Rehovot, Israel, holds an exclusive agreement with the
Institute for marketing and commercializing new developments
emerging from the Institute's laboratories.

Project focus: agriculture sciences, biotechnology, chemistry,
computer science, environmental sciences, electro-optics, life
sciences, mathematics, nanotechnology, physics.

Yissum - Technology Transfer of the Hebrew University
Yissum, the technology transfer company of the world-renowned Hebrew
University of Jerusalem (HU), markets the inventions and know-how
generated by the University. Working closely with the world-class HU
researchers and staff, Yissum actively focuses on making these
technologies commercially viable -- and desirable -- in the
marketplace. Since its establishment in 1968, Yissum has granted
more than 400 technology licenses and is responsible for
commercializing an array of successful products that generate nearly
$1 billion in worldwide sales every year.

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