Last month, Verily Life Sciences, an Alphabet company based in California, focusing on data science, healthcare and technology, announced the opening of its new research and development center in Israel. The company will work with
Switzerland, the world’s 20th largest economy, is a small country but very developed one. Even though it has a similar population size as Israel (8.5 million people), the Swiss economy is about twice the size
BioBoost, a consortium of OrbiMed Advisors LLC, Johnson and Johnson (NYSE: JNJ) and Takeda Pharmaceutical Co. Ltd. (TSE: 4502) has won the tender to establish the life sciences incubator as part of the Office of
Monday September 16th, 2013 08:00-10:30, the IBC conference Hall Ten company CEOs and seasoned entrepreneurs seeking strategic partnerships and investments will be pitching before a panel of four Industry leaders at a “Dragons’ Den”
On 2-4 October 2013 The Commercial Dept. of the Embassy of Israel in Switzerland together with the Israeli Export Institute invite you to participate in Israel Innovation Day at CERN in Geneva, Switzerland The
The world has been hearing about Israel’s tech prowess for well over a decade, but only a few really understood what gizmos from this start-up rich country actually did or had first-hand experience using them.
An $800 million budget has made Novartis Venture Funds the largest fund of a pharmaceutical company and positions the fund as one of the biggest funds in the pharmaceutical and medical devices industry. When venture
Wired Magazine has crowned Tel Aviv the world’s second largest center for technology start-ups after Silicon Valley, Haaretz.com reported. As part of a special feature for its September issue the science and