Innovation Vehicles


The entrepreneurial spirit is a hallmark of Tel Aviv University, which strives to deepen its ties with potential partners in the innovation and entrepreneurial ecosystem. In this page we bring you the innovation vehicles of TAU, which aim to connect between various needs, multiple players, technologies, abilities, and ambitions, that exist in the gap between research and industry.


SPARK is a mentoring program that was created to support the academic efforts of translating discoveries into therapeutics that address unmet medical needs.

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Incentive Incubator

Ramot is a shareholder in the Incentive incubator- The incubator headed by Peregrine Ventures will focus on companies conducting research in the fields of targeted medical treatments, medical equipment, advanced diagnostics for identification, and more.

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TAU Ventures

TAU Ventures is a university-based venture capital fund Investing in early-stage companies of TAU’s students and alumni, the fund offers first capital of up to $1M, giving companies a strong launchpad to kick-off their journey, in addition to investing funds, TAU Ventures also offers startups work space and mentoring.

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TIL - TAU Innovation Labs, the mission of the center is to collaborate with industry and foster groundbreaking research that can be applied within three to seven years, adapting research to society, industry and public institutions. The center focus on topics such as medicine, genetics, robotics, sustainability, computational economics, and more.

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IAP - industry fellows organization that strives to preserve and strengthen the connection between academia and industry, through initiatives such as recruitment meetings between leading companies and students from the university, guest lectures by industry representatives, roundtable events to identify research topics and creates a connection to Innovation Authority projects.

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Entrepreneurship Center

The purpose of the center is to promote entrepreneurship among the students at the university through regular meetings with industry representatives and mentors, workshops, competitions and other activities.

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