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January 30, 2007
Yissum & Hebrew University to open first multi-diciplinary center

A facility for cross-disciplinary scientific research on a more comprehensive scale than has been

attempted anywhere is being launched by the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, in cooperation

with Yissum, the technology transfer company of the...

January 20, 2007
Israeli tomatoes big hit in Europe

These yellow cherry tomato seeds, named Summer Sun, were developed by Hazera

Genetics, part of the French-based global group Vilmorin Clause & Cie, in

collaboration with the Faculty of Agriculture at the Hebrew University.

December 25, 2006
Yissum subsidiary SCT wins 2M NIS grant for juvenile diabetes research...

This grant was received from the World Fund for Juvenile Diabetes Research and D-Cure. (Hebrew article attached)

October 31, 2006
Kazakhstan Minister of Science & Education visits Yissum (Hebrew article)

Yissum will aid Kazakhstan in establishing technology transfer facilities as part of the Kazakhstan National Center for Biotechnology.  (Hebrew article attached)

August 8, 2006
BioCancell IPO oversubscribed by 3.45%

Biocancell Therapeutics Ltd.’s IPO benefited from both investor confidence in the company and lucky timing. Scheduled during the war, it was held on the day the cease-fire went into effect, when trading on the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange (TASE) was...

December 16, 2005
Israeli Company Masters The Art Of Tech Transfer

An Israeli university that numbers physicist Albert Einstein among its founders has become a

crucible on transforming research into successful products.

December 1, 2005
Science Means Business- Yissum and the Hebrew University

It is one of the largest patent filers in

the world, holds a bigger portfolio

than most venture funds, is parent to 60

spin-off companies and originates a billion

dollars in product sales each year...

July 17, 2005
Yissum - Technology Transfer Company of the Hebrew University - a case study

A small Israeli company has been tapping

into the knowledge of some of the best

scientific minds in the country for more than

forty years in order to bring forth new and

innovative technology.

June 9, 2005
Breakthrough Research Suggests A Way to Fight Bacteria without Antibiotics

In research conducted at the Hebrew University, a

method for controlling bacterial activity without

antibiotics was developed. The research showed

how it is possible to interfere with the

communication of groups of bacteria thus enabling


April 27, 2005
Revolutionary computer coloring method for black and white scenes developed...

A novel, computer-assisted method for colorizing black and white images

and movies has been developed by researchers at the Hebrew University

of Jerusalem. The new colorization method can significantly reduce the

time it takes to colorize...

December 31, 2004
A Web without a Weaver

Israeli and German scientists have successfully created artificial silk

using genetically engineered spider proteins. The new research may

lead the way to the development of ultra light bulletproof vests, new

surgical threads and...

September 23, 2004
New DNA-based algorithm will reveal your musical taste

An Israeli company has

developed a computer

algorithm that can identify a

persons musical taste and

then recommend music

specifically tailored to that