Academics’ share in fight against pandemic
Anna Pellivert, VP Business Development of Yissum, Hebrew University Jerusalem, leading Technology Transfer company, answered the question “How can academics contribute to fighting the pandemic?”: “Yissum is a platform, which enables the migration of scientific ideas from the university into an industry, and then into society. Our scientists have already had their own achievements in the field of virology, in particular on swine flu and Ebola. Today they adapt their researches to peculiarities of the new virus. We have received a few government grants. As a result, the Hebrew University has filled 24 patent applications for new solutions that will help society in a few years”.
Tectonic 2021: How Israel And Ukraine Are Crafting Stronger Friendship
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Success Case: Israel Study Tour For Ukrainian Pharmaceutical Company
According to Anna Zharova, CEO of the Israeli-Ukrainian Alliance, study tours – despite online solutions available on the market – are a surprisingly effective tool for immersing oneself in the Israeli ecosystem
Hummu Sapiens Open Their First Hummusia In Kyiv
Modern restaurant of Israeli and Middle Eastern cuisine opened its door on Saturday, December 18, in the historic Podil district of the capital