Academia

Academia

The focus of collaboration between industry and academia are at the core of Israel's maintaining its technological advantage in the face of fierce international competition. Whether a research group interested in transforming their discoveries into products, a research institute looking for research directions for the industry or an industrial corporation interested in developing innovative products, our programs will enable promoting exchange of knowhow and experience, and the development of groundbreaking knowledge by an integrated group of researchers from academia and industry.

Calls for Proposals

This is a call by the Israel Securities Authority (hereinafter: "ISA") and Innovation Authority, to submit applications for a pilot program  for Israeli technology companies. Assistance will include access to public MAGNA (Electronic…

Events

Keihanna Global Acceleration Program Plus (KGAP+) Special Edition: Collaboration opportunities between Japanese and Israel companies
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Success Stories

StemRad: Innovation in Radiation Protection
This incentive program assists and supports research institutes conducting applied research promoting industry in Israel.
These incentive programs focus on supporting applied research in academia. They aim at supporting technologically feasible ideas which require…
Consortiums of industrial companies and research institutions collaborating to develop innovative technologies.
The incentive program encourages the transfer of technological knowledge accumulated in academia for the use of industry, by creating collaborations…

News

The effects of the coronavirus crisis on the high-tech industry: A survey conducted in mid-May, 2020 among 414 high-tech companies in Israel, of which most employ no more than 50 employees, paints a complex picture for the entire sector.…
Israel Innovation Authority launch a fast-track grants' channel, at a total sum of 500 million Shekels, for small and medium high-tech companies affected by the recent crisis
Israel Innovation Authority and Thomas Jefferson University announce the four winners of a joint program valued at a total of $1 million to develop, test and pilot innovative technologies in the health sector

Funds

The Korea- Israel Industrial R&D Foundation (KORIL-RDF)

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