A new technology developed by Prof. Amos Nussinovitch at the Robert H. Smith Faculty of Agriculture of the Hebrew University keeps peppers fresh for weeks!
Best Development in 3D Printing Equipment has been awarded to Nano Dimension. Nano Dimension is developing a 3D printing system, based on an invention of Prof. Shlomo Magdassi of the Hebrew university, for rapid prototyping of professional multi-layer PCBs (circuit boards). The company is developing technologies in 3 areas, nano-materials, the 3D printer itself and software dedicated to 3D printing. The printer is designed to print the conductive material, the insulating material and to do so layer by layer.
New technology out of Hebrew University extends shelf-life of produce, though it may not yet be viable for the market.
Prof. Alon Peled proposes a groundbreaking approach for enabling information sharing among public sector agencies, whose computer systems are notoriously complex.
There's nothing quite disappointing as discovering the head of lettuce you put in your fridge just a couple days ago is now brown and shriveled.
To counter the problem, Hebrew University’s Yissum technology transfer company has introduced a novel way to extend the shelf life of lettuce, cabbage, celery, spinach and parsley.
10 Israeli nanotech companies exhibited their cutting-edge solutions at Imaginenano 2015, Europe’s largest nanotechnology conference. 5 of them- are Yissum Staru Ups!
While medical cannabis is often used to ease pain or nausea, an Israeli-American biopharmaceutical company is developing medicines containing cannabinoids — chemical compounds from cannabis plants — to treat conditions including diabetes, inflammatory diseases (like arthritis, atherosclerosis and ulcerative colitis) and cardiovascular disorders.
ISA Scientific recently signed an exclusive worldwide licensing and collaboration agreement to establish therapies containing a specific cannabinoid called cannabidiol (CBD), with Yissum, the technology-transfer company of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Hadasit, the technology-transfer company of the Hadassah Medical Organization in Jerusalem, and the Kennedy Trust for Rheumatology Research (KIR) in the United Kingdom.
The licensed intellectual property is the result of many years of research and collaboration between renowned cannabinoid scientists, Raphael Mechoulam, Professor of medicinal chemistry, and Ruth Gallily, Professor of immunology, both from the Hebrew University; the distinguished immunologist, Professor Sir Marc Feldman, Director of the Kennedy Institute of Rheumatology; and prominent physicians and scientists at Hadassah Professors Chaim Lotan and Ronen Durst, and Dr. Lola Weiss.
Immune Pharmaceuticals Inc. (NASDAQ: IMNP) announced today that it has entered into a binding memorandum of understanding with Yissum, the Technology Transfer Company of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, to license certain of Yissum's patents in order to facilitate the development of a topical nanoparticle formulation of Immune's neuropathic pain drug, AmiKet™.
The technology that Immune will be licensing was invented by Professor Simon Benita, from the Institute for Drug Research, the School of Pharmacy, and Faculty of Medicine at the Hebrew University, a renowned expert in development of drug delivery technology, and a primary inventor of NanomAbs, an antibody nanoparticle conjugate technology to deliver cancer drugs, already licensed by Immune from Yissum.
While the world is moving into a new era of Internet of Things (IoT), where all devices will be connected, there is a constant growing demand for cyber security innovations that will allow a balance between user privacy to the sharing of information. We believe that collaboration between the students and researchers of the Hebrew University and Kaspersky could yield innovations that would build tomorrow’s security demands” said Tamir Huberman, VP Business Development, Yissum
According to Yissum CEO Yaacov Michlin, 65 licensing and license option agreements were signed in 2014 with many different national companies, and a total of 596 agreements of various types were signed (including confidentiality agreements that precede deals, research services agreements, etc.). This is an increase in two parameters in comparison with 2013. Nine companies were founded on the basis of technology originating at the university, and raised $9 million.
Kaspersky Lab announced a brand-new global initiative designed to identify and nurture new talent for the security industry. The Security Startup Challenge (SSC) is a mentor-driven acceleration program developed and implemented by the Kaspersky Academy, in partnership with venture industry leaders, Mangrove Capital Partners and the ABRT Venture Fund to provide startups with access to cutting-edge business, cybersecurity and cross-industry expertise from around the world.
SSC will be held in a number of cities around the world. In Israel the program will be held in cooperation with Jnext of the Jerusalem Development Authority, the Jerusalem Municipality and the Ministry of Jerusalem and Diaspora Affairs, which gives the framework of services, resources, support and assistance to startup entrepreneurs and young technology companies, with the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, which operates one of the world's leading Schools of Computer Science and Engineering and with Yissum, the Technology Transfer Company of The Hebrew University of Jerusalem.
The Global Innovation Award has a top prize of $1 million.
The Hebrew University tech transfer company will collaborate on a novel delivery system.
Know what keeps Ruth Gallily up at night? The Hebrew University immunology professor emerita is frustrated to know how many people could benefit from medical cannabis if only more countries would make it available in pharmacies.
Blue-and-white technology converts toxic hydrocarbons into benign material, without further harm to flora and fauna.
The technology, which was patented and commercialized by Hebrew University’s technology transfer company Yissum, was sold to the Swiss firm Man Oil Group about a year ago.
The New Technology invented by Prof. Yoel Sasson and Dr. Uri Stoin was licensed to Swiss Co. Man Oil Group.
EyeMusic- A New Tachnology by Prof. Amir Amedi gives a new meaning to sound and vision for the blind.
Integra Holdings, the biotechnology holdings company of Yissum, the technology transfer company of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, has received a $3 million investment from China's Guangxi Wuzhou Pharmaceutical Group. The funds raised will be used to advance Integra Holdings’ existing portfolio companies and to create new companies, based on promising projects originating from the Hebrew University.
The BreedIT system is based in part by research conducted by Professors Haim Rabinowitch and Nachum Kedar of Hebrew University, most famous for their work in developing popular strains of cherry tomatoes and perfecting long-life tomatoes that contain a ripening inhibitor gene to guarantee a longer shelf life.
The new technology, according to BreedIT CEO Dr. Oded Sagee, is essential to the development of the medical marijuana industry – which Sagee believes is set for a major worldwide expansion. “We decided to develop an organized breeding program to assist breeders to develop new breeds of cannabis,”