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Jerusalem ID Card

Jerusalem ID Card. Key Facts Population 2002: 680,300 Forecast Population in 2020: 946,500 HUJ (80 years): 24,000 students, 10,000 graduates 1100 Academics. R&D. THE SHERMAN BUILDING FOR RESEARCH ADMINISTRATION Edmond J.Safra Campus, Givat Ram. ARD Prospecting new Funding sources

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Jerusalem ID Card

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  1. Jerusalem ID Card Key Facts • Population 2002: 680,300 • Forecast Population in 2020: 946,500 • HUJ (80 years): 24,000 students, 10,000 graduates 1100 Academics


  3. ARD Prospecting new Funding sources Distributing Information to Researchers * controls expenses according to appropriate items * is responsible for the scientific report * is responsible for the financial report


  5. FLUCTUATION IN RESEARCH FUNDS 90 86 84 84 82.5 84 81 82 80 in millions of dollars 78 76 76 74 72 2002/3 1998/9 2000/1 2004 year 2001/2 1999/2000

  6. EFFECTIVE ANNUAL RESEARCH INVESTMENTAT HUJ Grant/Centers Funds $ 83 Million Fellowship $ 14 Million Salaries $ 103 Million TOTAL $ 200 Million 30% of all Israeli civilian Research

  7. Research Funds Sources 2003 10 8 22.5 23.5 18

  8. DISTRIBUTION AMONG FACULTIES 2002/03 Dental Medicine 3 % Education 5 % Social sciences 12 % Agriculture 21 % Humanities 22 % Medicine 4 % Law 29 % 1 % Social Work 2 % Natural Sciences Business Administration 1 %

  9. INTERNAL RESEARCH GRANTS2002/3 • Support for Basic Research $ 2,400,000 • Support for Applied Research $ 700,000 • Total $ 3,100,000 Equipment 1,500,000 Grand Total 4,600,000

  10. BIS ICNC

  11. Talmud says “The traditions cited by Rabbi Sheshet are not subject to doubt as he is a blind man” (Talmud Yerushalmi, Shabbat 1b).

  12. 3. Interpreter 2. Sampled signals 1. Recordings and telemetry 4. Robotic arm 5. Desired Target

  13. IMPACT RELATIVE TO THE FIELD Computer Sciences, Material Sciences USA, Holland, Israel, Denmark 1.5 \ France, UK, Germany 1.0 0.5

  14. DECISION 15 Academics high scientific rank 40 M US $ investment in Heavy equipment-infrastructure in the next 5 years

  15. The Center for Nanoscience and Nanotechnology http://nanoscience.huji.ac.il/ Micha Asscher and Scientific american 2004

  16. MOTOR 144o boron, carbon, nickel and hydrogen

  17. FUEL

  18. BIOINFORMATICS http://www.cbc.huji.ac.il/ The Sudarsky Center for Computational Biology

  19. Weizmann (11%) 485 Ben Gurion (9%) 389 Haifa Hebrew U (1%) 34 (43%) 1,667 Bar Ilan (5%) 236 Tel Aviv Technion (28%) 1,246 (3%) 128 Distribution of MSc. and PhD. Students in Biotechnology Related Fields, by Institute Source: Vatat - The Planning and Budgeting Committee

  20. Weizmann Haifa Bar Ilan Tel Aviv Technion Hebrew U 0 500 1000 1500 2000 MSc. and PhD. Students in Biotechnology Related Fields by Institute (2001) Ben Gurion agriculture Source: Vatat - The Planning and Budgeting Committee

  21. PRIZESEncouraging Excellence in Research Kaye Polonsky Barenholz Birk Abisch

  22. Universities Fuel Israel’s Industries Universities Fuel Israel’s Industries

  23. Yissum, the Technology Transfer Company (TTC) is responsible for recognizing and managing the IP assets of the Hebrew University in Jerusalem.Yissum’s mission is to help turn science into tangible products, for society's use and benefit, while generating income for the inventors and the University, to support research and education.1) evaluating projects, 2) patenting new inventions, 3) developing licensing strategies, 4) negotiating licensing agreements, 5) assisting and supporting researchers who wish to establish companies to develop and manufacture products based on their inventions, and 6) coordinating joint research between inventors and industrial partners.

  24. It is general policy that rights to IP resulting from government-sponsored research at universities would be assigned to the universities. The Technology Transfer Process 1) Yissum receives innovation disclosures from faculty, staff and students.(HU rules). 2) Disclosures are evaluated for their commercial potential. 3) The invention is reviewed with the inventor to learn about potential applications. 4) Develop a licensing strategy, consider the technical and market risks and decide whether to patent the invention. Yissum can decide not to pursue a commercialization process, the inventor is notified and entitled to apply for a patent independently and at his own expense. The IP however, remains the property of the Hebrew University.

  25. Acquired bureaucratic deficiency syndrome Material with potential to become a revolutionary medicine for treating AIDS was found in 1996 by Prof. Zeev Trainin, Trainin and his team injected the material into mice that were infected with an AIDS-like disease and the disease disappeared almost in some of the mice. The Industry and Trade Ministry agreed to provide the necessary financing through one of its "high-tech incubator" funds, but the Agriculture Ministry refused to waive its intellectual property rights. Like children, the two ministries squabbled over who owned the rights and in the meantime, the entire testing process came to a halt. Trainin succeeded in interesting an investor from Britain in the drug, but then the Justice Ministry ruled that the Agriculture Ministry could not enter into direct contractual ties with foreign investors

  26. Technology Transfer ServicesDifferent inventions require different approaches and strategies of commercialization, For example, establishing start-up entities and incubator companies vis a vis licensing out IP rights. As part of the commercialization process our assortment of available services includes: patent applications and enforcement, legal advice, negotiation of agreements, business development and creating marketing materials.

  27. Royalties distribution • Until 2001, royalties distribution was as follows: • 1/3 – To the Researchers • 1/3 – To Yissum • 1/3 – To the HU, as research share (to research budgets) • As of January 2001, new royalties distribution formula is used, as follows: • 20% - To the Researchers • 40%- To Yissum and the HU • 20% - To the HU, as research share (to research budgets)

  28. No. of Employees January 9, 2005

  29. http://www.yissum.co.ilfounded 1964 Around 35 companies Ex Libris, HumanEyes Technologies Ltd. • Red Herring' chose MobilEye as top innovative company for 2004, • NovaGali • AQ10 BIOFUNGICIDE • CHERRY TOMATOES -Cocktail Hybrids • DEXANABINOL • DOXIL • EXELON (rivastigmine tartrate)capsules • RAM ONION • SILKIS The first eye drop which is capable of abolishingthe conjunctival damage in moderate orsevere dry eye symptom • SUPRA-VIR

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