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Tech Parks & Incubators

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  • Bioline Innovations Jerusalem
    First Israeli biotech incubator supported by the Israeli OCS national biotechnology initiative. As the sole recipient of a $21 million...
  • Givat Sha'ul Industrial Area
    The Givat Shaul Industrial Area is one of the vital centers of industry and commerce in Jerusalem and extends over 55 ha, covering...
  • Har Hotzvim Industrial Park
    Har Hotzvim industrial park is one of the largest and leading hi-tech hubs in the country and it is home to some of the top-level companies...
  • High-Tech Village - Givat Ram
    With the aim of assisting new and early-stage hi-tech companies, it has been decided to convert and renovate the empty student dormitories...
  • Jerusalem Bio Park
    The Hadassah Medical Center Hebrew University Biotechnology Park (JBP)Ein-Kerem, Jerusalem is the place to be for life science companies...
  • Malha Technology Park
    The Malha Technology Park (GATI) is considered to be one of the most unique and successful industry parks in the country. The work...
  • The Atarot Industrial Area
    Atarot was established in order to serve as an industrial area for all types of industries, and is recognized as a "national priority...
  • Van Leer Xenia Ventures (VLX)
    VLX is a new name in the game, but it was established with the merging of two of Israel’s leading early-stage investment centers,...
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Did You Know?

  • The Hebrew University ranks 12th worldwide in biotechnology patents.
     
  • $2 billion in annual sales are generated from two life science products originating from scientific innovation at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. These include Exelon (marketed by Novartis) for the treatment of Alzheimer’s disease and Doxil (marketed by J&J) for the treatment of cancer..