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A low cost & simple camera design which senses color & depth information from one optical system in one exposure... by Prof. David Mendlovic - Tel Aviv University
Come see us at MWC in Barcelona and contact Mr. Oren Calfon, VP Business Development, Ramot - Tel Aviv University - firstname.lastname@example.orgRead More
Only last August, Ramot at Tel Aviv University and BIOSYNTH AG announced their joint development work on novel detection molecules. The subject of this cooperation is the AquaSpark™ technology for chemiluminescence-based markers. They represent state-of-the-art technology and considerably improve the detection limits of diagnostic tests in comparison to existing conventional systems.Read More
Selected proposals will be funded with amounts of $40,000-$100,000 per annum, for a two-year period, beginning December 15, 2018.
The Annual Joy grant initiative aims to promote and contribute to the emerging field of neuro- wellness.Read More
As the sun rises on the new year, it's a great opportunity to set ambitious goals and think of how to make the most of funding from Ramot’s Value Enhancement programs. Read on to see how you too can transform your promising innovations from ideas to commercialization.Read More
Recently, pharmaceutical firm Baxter International and Tel Aviv University's tech transfer office Ramot announced joint research initiatives for...Read More
... its NurOwn® technology through an exclusive, worldwide licensing agreement with Ramot, the technology transfer company of Tel Aviv University.Read More
Ramot of Tel Aviv University, which counts Tata Industries as a partner, has developed a technology that can potentially reverse antibiotic resistanceRead More
"Chemiluminescence, the process that lights up glow sticks, occurs when a chemical reaction produces light. Researchers from Tel Aviv University developed new reagents to visually detect molecular processes inside cells or biological samples."Read More
Wipro and Ramot, the Business Engagement Center at Tel Aviv University announced a partnership for joint research in emerging technologies. The partnership envisages the creation of joint research capability at TAU, supported by Wipro to pursue core as well as applied research in fast-developing technologies in the Artificial Intelligence spaceRead More
“Innovative Companies Get Their Best Ideas from Academic Research” Harvard Business Review / Greg Satell, April 2016.Read More
Tel Aviv, Israel, January 25, 2017 - Ramot, the business engagement company of Tel Aviv University, today announced a sponsored research collaboration agreement with Merck, a leading science and technology company, with the goal of advancing the development of novel Antibody-Drug Conjugates (ADCs) for cancer therapy.Read More
Ramot, TAU's Business Engagement Center Company, to launch i3 Equity Partners on campusRead More