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December 7, 2010
Milagro Israeli En Tierra Hostil

El estado hebreo, el país con más ingenieros por kilómetro cuadrado, espera cerrar 2010 con un crecimiento del 4,1% pese al permanente conflicto con sus vecinos y la crisis mundial

December 1, 2010
'Toothpaste' helps Israeli kangaroos bounce back to health

Innovative medicinal application developed by Hebrew U. scientists fights gum diseases in kangaroos. The animal application has been patented by Yissum - the Hebrew University's technology transfer company – and is being offered for...

November 4, 2010
Innovation summit to link Israeli, Canadian firms

Yissum presents new business approaches at Canadian conference “Creating Jobs in the Knowledge Economy”.

November 2, 2010
Biotech - Tailor-made for Israel

Israel has 12 technology transfer organizations, seven of them university-based and five in its leading research hospitals. They are highly effective: the Hebrew University's Yissum, for example, founded in 1964, generates more revenue than its...

October 5, 2010
Hebrew University research holds promise for development of new osteoporosis...

Researchers at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem have discovered a group of substances in the body that play a key role in controlling bone density, and on this basis they have begun development of a drug for prevention and treatment of...

September 27, 2010
Yissum Spin-Off Video synopsis developer BriefCam wins WS Journal award

The Wall Street Journal wrote, “Surveillance cameras generate a prodigious amount of video; unfortunately there's not enough time and manpower to watch it all.

September 16, 2010
Yissum : l’innovation par le calcul

Yissum, l’organisation de transfert de technologie attachée à l’université hébraïque de Jérusalem, a lancé en juin ernier sa nouvelle plate-forme de calcul. Elle vise à accélérer la découverte de molécules...

September 15, 2010
Atox Bio, a Spin-Off of Yissum, Announces Dosing of First Subject in Phase 1...

The trial is designed to evaluate the safety, tolerability and pharmacokinetics of AB103. It is a double blind, placebo controlled study that includes up to 38 healthy volunteers receiving escalating single doses of AB103, with one group...

September 6, 2010
Yissum and eTeacher sign agreement for onlign university courses

Hebrew U. goes global – thanks to accredited online courses with eTeacher

September 5, 2010
Hebrew U. researchers develop treatment to kill HIV cells

The researchers registered a patent this year on their therapy through Yissum, the Hebrew University's technology transfer body. Yissum is now seeking a commercial partner to continue developing the treatment ahead of the next phase of...

August 19, 2010
A Cure for HIV Could Be All in the 'Mix'

Professors Abraham Loyter and Assaf Friedler at The Hebrew University of Jerusaleman present and innovative approach to eliminate HIV in host by targeted killing of only HIV infected cells. This approach if successful could lead into an anti-HIV...

July 15, 2010
Using GPS to track crowds and evaluate our health

Using GPS technology, Israeli scientists can track our activities in space and time, spurring a seemingly infinite number of potential applications from medicine to crowd control.