7 stories about Bio-Convergence
דרור בין מנכל רשות החדשנות

Israel Innovation Authority to invest $30 million in R&D center for bio-devices based on bio-chips

The tender is directed at companies dedicated to developing key service infrastructure for companies that develop bio-devices such as environmental diagnostic sensors, smart implants for treatment and diagnostics, lab-on-chip and organ-on-chip technologies
אבי לובטון מנהל המערך הבינלאומי ברשות החדשנות

IIA launches bio-convergence grant for Israeli-South Korean collaborations

Israeli government investment arm the Israel Innovation Authority will choose up to two projects for grants of up to $2 million to cover half of each project’s research and development expenses
default image

A quantum leap In the drug development world

Microfluidic chips that simulate human tissue enable us to conduct medical experiments in ways that could not have been even imagined only a few years ago. Two leading Israeli researchers report from the turbulent Israeli front line of the global 'organ-on-a-chip' sector
גידול רקמות ב מעבדה

The Tissue Challenge: Four scientists explain what happens when you combine biology, engineering, medicine, physics, and chemistry

Printing a cornea, engineering a heart, growing meat, and helping the paralyzed walk – this may all sound like science fiction but it's happening right now in laboratories in Israel engaging in Bio-convergence
פרופ זאב זלבסקי CTO Continuse Biometrics ועידת מובייל ו דיגיטל

Diagnostics and Sensing: minature sensors and cameras are helping revolutionize patient treatment

A joining of forces between engineering and bio-medical applications based on biological sensory tools facilitates effective developments including detection of Alzheimer's, high-resolution endoscope imaging, an enhanced CT system, and rapid differentiation between viral and bacterial infection.
default image

Small wonders: Israeli companies tackling unmet clinical needs, one implant at a time

Bio-convergence could be Israel’s next big growth engine, offering solutions from artificial retina implants that restore vision to an electronic patch that detects neural disease before symptoms appear