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December 20, 2007
Yissum spins-off Nanolymf, a new company formed for drug delivery technology

Jerusalem-based Yissum has formed a spin-off company - Nanolymf, which will

be dedicated to advancing a nanotechnology controlled-release drug delivery platform.

December 10, 2007
Amarin buys Ester Neurosciences in $30m deal

The Israeli company is developing treatments for various neurological diseases based on a technology licensed from Yissum

December 8, 2007
Drugs and vaccines by 'special delivery'

One of Israel's leading biochemists, Prof. Yechezkel Barenholz of the Hebrew University's Hadassah Medical School, has used liposomes to design better drug delivery systems that extend and improve the lives of cancer patients around the...

December 5, 2007
Biomed industry leaders discuss funding opportunities at the Milken...
December 2, 2007
Yissum partner Medgenics raises ₤3.3m in AIM IPO

US-Israeli biopharmaceutical start-up Medgenics Inc. raised a gross ₤3.3 million in its IPO on London’s Alternative Investment Market (AIM) on Thursday at a company value of ₤10.4 million, after money. The company, which is based on Yissum's...

November 26, 2007
Yissum spin-off Target-In: Israeli 'guided missiles' induce cancer cells to...

People call what Target-In is doing 'guided missiles', and in a way that's exactly what the company's technology is: a guided missile that can recognize and kill inflamed cells from tumors and other diseases. But Target-In's technology is more...

November 15, 2007
Yissum licenses Anti-Cancer Compound BL-4060 to BioLineRx

BioLineRx today announced that it has signed a worldwide exclusive

license agreement with Yissum, the technology transfer company of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, and Hadasit, the technology transfer company of Hadassah medical...

November 7, 2007
Yissum spin-off Target In to raise $10m

Indian API company Century Pharmaceutical has already promised to invest $1 million.

November 6, 2007
Belgian co licenses Hebrew U biodegradable plastic

Yissum Technology Transfer Company of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem has signed a new licensing agreement with a Belgian holding company for the commercialization of a new clean technology developed at the university.

November 6, 2007
Belgian co licenses Hebrew U biodegradable plastic

Yissum Technology Transfer Company of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem has signed a new licensing agreement with a Belgian holding company for the commercialization of a new clean technology developed at the university.

October 29, 2007
New spray for detecting improvised explosives, based on Urea Nitrate

Hebrew University Prof. Joseph Almog developed a kit for the detection of Urea Nitrate  (Hebrew Article)

October 29, 2007
"Hardening The Holy Land": Yissum's Anthrax Detection Kit on HS Today

Prof. Nathan Citri of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem invented a kit for the rapid detection of anthrax.